5G D2D Networks: Techniques, Challenges, and Future Prospects

...thank you

Do you really think posting in a section labelled
"Website and Forum

Improvements for the web system, applications to moderator, spam, etc."

is really the best place for this topic?

Do you really think your teachers won’t see it?

seyitaiwo12:
I look forward to your Responses.

No, you won't.

Do you think we are all waiting here in the forum to code anything you ask for? Get real! You are a student. Do some learning!

Where is your attempt at coding? Where is your schematic? Where are the links to the data sheets of your components?

Unless you are a very wealthy student. In that case, post your request in the "gigs & collaborations" forum section and state how much you can pay someone to do this assignment for you. That's how many students get their qualifications these days, I understand.

Unless you are a very wealthy student. In that case, post your request in the “gigs & collaborations” forum section and state how much you can pay someone to do this assignment for you. That’s how many students get their qualifications these days, I understand.
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I don’t need anyone to code for me bro calm down… I just need someone to put me in the right direction. I have already started reading and watching tutorials on them … I just wanted to get another opinion from experts on how i could go about it …it that simple man …no need to get aggressive

I see no hint of an audit trail for the transaction.

Paul

This is also posted on either stack overflow or arduino stack exchange. I just saw it. He has been pointed in the proper direction.

If someone can help with the code for this, I will be truly grateful. And if you have any suggestion on how to go about this you can reach me via my mail as well at " oluwaseyi.taiwo@stu.cu.edu.ng " or " seyitaiwo12@gmail.com "

Covenant University in Nigeria. Wonder who the teacher is?

First of all, (as everyone has mentioned above) you should work on your project by yourself, you won't get complete code for your project here.

Now secondly, I have read your description and it's not that difficult one and you have mentioned that you want guidance so here it is:

You should first get your hands dirty with Arduino UNO. There's lot of learning tutorials available online, which can guide you in the right direction.

After getting the basics of Arduino programming, you should start interfacing your modules one by one with Arduino UNO. You can start with Keypad, test it out and get output on the Serial Terminal. Next you can try RFID module MFRC522.

After successful interfacing of individual modules, you can then combine your codes, and during this development, you will get errors and you can share those errors here and can get help to resolve them.

.....i wonder

thank you

Deleting your post won’t win you in any points here either. I smell a ban coming on.

I never asked anyone to write code for me. I simply said if anyone could provide assistance on how I could go about the project do let me know. I am just a 200lv student and this is not a project from my lecturer. it just something I thought of doing on my own as a personal project. I have never worked with an Arduino before and I required assistance that is why I came on here. not to get anyone to write code for me .but just to get assistance in making those initially listed functions work thats it .am sorry for any miscommunication. the way you guys are responding is not necessary. anyway that's all thank you.

@seyitaiwo12 is currently enjoying a 7 day holiday for vandalism.

Thread locked to let it sink into obscurity.

Come back when you learn to play nice with others and after you have READ THIS

Bob.