ELECTRONIC CHILD MONITORING DEVICE

ABSTRACT
Monitoring a young child in a crowded public area can be a difficult job. The electronic tether
addresses this problem. The electronic tether is a child monitoring device which measures the
distance between the child and parent, setting off an alarm to alert the parent when the child has
wondered beyond a predetermined area. This device assists parents in keeping track of where
their children are located. Communication was accomplished between the child's unit and the
parent's unit by an RF link at 2.4 GHz.
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Both the child and the parent wear devices fitted with transceivers. The child’s device transmits
signals constantly to be received by the parent’s device. The received signal at the parent’s
transceiver is used to get the distance between the parent and the child by using a counting
circuit.
Wireless communication refers to the new technology of replacing phone lines by transmitting
oice and data through the air at lower microwave frequencies (2.0 - 4.0 GHz). This frequency
band has been allocated by the FCC for Personal Communication Systems (PCS), Wireless Local
Area Networks (WLAN) and wireless television.

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