Design of Temperature Detection Systems Based on Wireless Transmission

  • Weiqing WanEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1088)


Temperature detection is widely used in agriculture, industry, intelligent detection and other fields. Real-time detection of temperature data can improve the output and quality of agricultural products in agriculture. Based on wireless transmission technology, data acquisition and processing technology and interface display technology a temperature online detection system based on wireless signal transmission is designed, the overall structure of the whole system is given, and the hardware circuit of the system’s temperature acquisition subsystem and temperature collection subsystem is designed in detail. The structure flow of the system’s upper computer software, lower computer software and wireless communication protocol are introduced emphatically. Finally, the system is integrated. The actual operation of the system shows that the system is stable, can realize real-time temperature detection, real-time alarm for ultra-high temperature, effectively reduce the risk of agricultural accidents, improve the output of agricultural products, and has good economic value.


Temperature detection Data acquisition Wireless transmission 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Jiangxi University of EngineeringXinyuChina

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