A Remote Electricity Billing System

Sahu, Deepakraj and Murmu, Chaitanya Prasad (2012) A Remote Electricity Billing System. BTech thesis.



Electric power distribution is the most valuable part of electrical power system in the process of delivering electricity to consumer. Electric power companies are now-a-days adopting some advanced systems such as computer aided monitoring control and management of electric power, so that it can provide better services to electric consumers. This project results an approach to automate the electricity billing system. The concept of prepaid is one of the emerging fields for the paid service providers. The concept is becoming so popular because it has so many advantages. The services like electricity, gas, water telephone etc are now days get privatized. The service provider company some time incurs heavy losses due to non collection of bills. These service items cannot be recovered from the user after providing, so the concept of prepaid reduce risk and increase profitability. Also the bill collection infrastructure is not necessary which intern increase improve the efficiency of the service providing companies. The concept of prepaid starts in the manual form by receiving advance deposits but now due to the revolution of IT and electronics industry the manual recharging process is replaced with automatic and electronic recharging. The recharging methods can be with wire based like telephone line and also by using wireless technology like radio and bluetooth communication. The prepaid system is designed with a smart technology using microcontroller and the recharging process is by some method of communication. The Mobile based recharging is very attractive recharging system. The recharging can be done from any remote place without accessing the energy meter physically. This concept of remote charging makes the system more flexible.

Item Type:Thesis (BTech)
Uncontrolled Keywords:DTMF,Dual Tone Multi Frequency, Remote Billing System
Subjects:Engineering and Technology > Electrical Engineering > Wireless Communication
Divisions: Engineering and Technology > Department of Electrical Engineering
ID Code:3551
Deposited By:Sahu Deepakraj legolas
Deposited On:28 May 2012 15:33
Last Modified:28 May 2012 15:33
Supervisor(s):Das, S

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