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Close () Close () Send () Receive () Receive () Send () Accept () Socket () Bind () Listen () Socket () Bind () Connect () TCP Connection Request TCP Acknowledgment Fig. 4.3.1. AT9C51ED2 Block Diagram Row control bit Column control bit TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION
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1. INTRODUCTION Cricket has been one of the most popular games since its birth in England. It has been a game that is known and played by many countries across the globe. India, being no exception to this, is another place where cricket is well spoken of. In spite of its national game being hockey, cricket is given even more importance. With such great honour and fame for cricket in India, cricket stadiums are expected to be equipped with the ‘state-of-the-art’ technologies and methods in order to meet the rising popularity of the game. However, very few cricket stadiums in India are equipped with the state-of-the-art techniques and only to a certain extent, if not completely. One of the steps taken in developing such stadiums is the automation of scoreboards . Scoreboards in the past used numeral cards to display the score. When a point was made, a person would put the appropriate digits on a hook. Cricket stadiums in India today use either mechanical scoreboards operated manually or electromechanical boards. Modern scoreboards however use electronic means of displaying the score. In these electronic scoreboards, digits are often composed of dot-matrix or seven-segment displays made of incandescent bulbs or light-emitting diodes (LEDs). This project is about designing such an electronic LED based Cricket Scoreboard having an official person called the official or secondary scorer, operating it from a server system. The scorer would be entering data for each ball in an excel sheet in the server and the client would be receiving the same excel sheet in a wireless LAN. The client would retrieve the required parameters such as score, wickets taken, overs bowled, etc from the excel sheet and send it to the scoreboard. Certain other parameters can also be displayed on the scoreboard upon processing the retrieved data from the excel sheet available at the client. Cricket scoreboards are used primarily for displaying parameters like the total score, overs bowled, wickets fallen, etc. However, other parameters can also be displayed on choice. Depending upon the type of cricket being played, the parameters change accordingly. The parameters for an ODI match are different from that of the test matches. However the basic parameters such as runs scored, 2
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have a quick view of the status of the game without much difficulty. BACKGROUND
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2011 for the course EE 487 taught by Professor Dr.sankerram during the Spring '09 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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