DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF WIRELESS E-MENU RESTAURANT ORDERING SYSTEM

Automation plays a very important role in every field of human life. This project presents a simple design and implementation of a Wireless E-menu Restaurant Ordering System in which the traditional paper-based menu is replaced by a user-friendly Matrix keypad-based menu.

The system has an Atmega 328P microcontroller which is interfaced with the input and output modules. The input module is the matrix keypad sensor which is placed on LCD (Graphical Liquid Crystal Display) to have a graphic image display, which takes the input from the user and provides the same information to the microcontroller.

The output module is an RF TX module that is used for communication between the system at the customers’ table (transmitter section) and the system for the receiving section. The microcontroller also displays the menu items on the LCD. At the receiving end, the selected items will be displayed on the LCD and by using the conveyer belt the received order will be sent to the particular table.

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF WIRELESS E-MENU RESTAURANT ORDERING SYSTEM

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