An Analysis and Implementation of FPGA Implementation of Ultrasonic Sensor

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Prem Kumar Morya, Dr. Shelly Garg


This research explores the development of high precision and ultrasonic ranging in real-time, and develops and completes the architecture and hardware implementation of an FPGA powered ultrasonic device. The program will easily fix the shortcomings of usability, testing, real-time and calculating precision of the conventional ultrasonic ranging method. The system will satisfy vehicle avoidance necessity, autonomous navigation, etc. Ultrasonic range is commonly used in manufacturing, agriculture, transportation, climate, health defense, energy calculation and other scientific fields, along with the increasing advancement of science and technology. Ultrasonic performance metrics such as precision calculation, distance measurement, durability assessment, etc. play a role in enhancing accuracy and reliability of controls within the applicable application context, optimizing production productivity and fostering science and technical advancement. It's a really necessary role to perform. On the market today, typical ultrasonic barrier automobiles utilize an 8-bit or 16-bit mono device as the key controller responsible for gathering echoes and producing drive signals to power vehicles to avoid obstacles. This paper describes the simulation effects of the ultrasonic controller by testing the predicted performance results and providing the necessary input details.

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Prem Kumar Morya, Dr. Shelly Garg. (2021). An Analysis and Implementation of FPGA Implementation of Ultrasonic Sensor. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 12330–12338. Retrieved from