6.111 | Spring 2006 | Undergraduate

Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory


Group 10

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Wireless Surveillance System

By Noel Campbell, Vivek Shah, and Raymond Tong


This project implements a networked video surveillance system in digital logic. It allows a user to view video input from a remote camera on a VGA monitor by capturing camera data, encoding it, transmitting it wirelessly, and subsequently receiving, decoding, and re-displaying the data. To test the system, the project is divided into three main components: video capture/display, data encoding/decoding, and wireless transmission/reception. Each part is put through a comprehensive series of tests using ModelSim and simulated data. Once each component passes design and functional tests, all three components are then connected to transmit video data wirelessly.

Project Files

Presentation (PDF)

Report (PDF)

Report Appendix (PDF)

Course Info

As Taught In
Spring 2006
Learning Resource Types
Problem Sets
Exams with Solutions
Lecture Notes
Projects with Examples