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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Varvara Zatsepina
Development of a Wireless Device for Body Temperature Monitoring
2018
The purpose of this final paper is the development of a wireless device for body

temperature monitoring with the ability to transfer data to an android-smartphone.

The explanatory note contains a description of the existing methods for solving the

tasks in the field of thermometry, the choice of software and hardware, and consideration

of their analogues. Also, the work contains a description of the creation of a functional and

structural thermometer schematic diagram, a program for the microcontroller, calculation

and minimization of errors at different levels of the device, and development of a

companion application for data visualization.

As a result of the work, it is planned to construct the functioning version of the

system and test its operation.

The explanatory note includes 3 tables, 46 figures. The total volume, including a

title page, an abstract, a table of contents and applications - 68 pages.

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