HomePULSARvol. 3 no. 1 (2014)


Mitsui Ryan M. Gonzales | Jacknette L. Jurilla | Willenne Gayle F. Tajantajan | Aylmer Ronnel L. Sombilla



This study aimed to develop a Wi-Fi Hotspot system that would automate the distribution and creation of random password for users through vending. The purpose of the study was to develop an automated system that would cater to multiple users via Wireless Fidelity. The device utilized a coin slot in order for users to avail the service it accepts the following currencies; one peso, five peso and ten peso coins. The confirmation button is provided to approve the transaction. The printer provides the print-out slip where the transaction information is recorded such as the password, total time of service, date and time service and other important information. Total amount inserted is shown on the LCD. The device is also equipped with an alarm system that automatically notifies the proponents whenever sudden vibration or abrupt moving is present. It is also alerts the proponents whenever coin container is full and automatically disables the device. The method employed in study was experimental development and descriptive approaches. A set of survey questionnaires was given to 30 respondents from different sectors of the society. The system was implemented and evaluated at the University of the Immaculate Conception, Bonifacio Campus.