Intensity Controlled by Touch Capacitive Sensor Built with Interfacing CNFET Characteristics
Sarita Chauhan1, Anshita Arya2, Laxmi Bagri3, Raveena Sharma4, Shikha Gupta5
1Sarita Chauhan, Asst. Prof., M L V Textile and Engineering College Bhilwara, India.
2Anshita Arya, Under Graduate B.Tech Student, M L V Textile and Engineering College, Bhilwara, India.
3Laxmi Bagari, Under Graduate B.Tech Student, M L V Textile and Engineering College, Bhilwara, India.
4Raveena Sharma, Under Graduate B.Tech Student, M L V Textile and Engineering College, Bhilwara, India.
5Shikha Gupta, Under Graduate B.Tech Student, M L V Textile and Engineering College, Bhilwara, India.
Manuscript received on March 29, 2015. | Revised Manuscript received on April 02, 2015. | Manuscript published on April 15, 2015. | PP: 22-26 | Volume-3 Issue-5, April 2015. | Retrieval Number: E0840043515/2015©BEIESP
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Abstract: Intensity controller plays vital role in todays life as it has numerous applications such as it reduces energy consumption, it can be used to control intensity of many devices such as light, fan, can be used in false ceiling, mood lighting etc. . In our paper we have implemented a light intensity dimmer whose intensity is controlled by characteristics of CNFET. We are soon going to reach hard limit of Silicon chip so we need a new technology to replace it. Here CNFET emerges as best alternative. Applications based on low power utility such as sensing are becoming increasingly important and are in demand in terms of minimizing energy consumption, promoting the search for new and innovative interface architectures and technologies. Carbon-nanotube FETs (CNFETs) has emerged as a new technology for further energy reduction. CNFET has various features such as process robustness, low power consumption, low voltage capability, smaller chip area. In this paper we are presenting a device whose intensity is changed repeatively by a touch capacitive sensor.
Keywords: Carbon nanotube FET (CNFET), sensor interface circuit, matlab.