Advances in air pollution monitoring techniques and instrumentation have progressed significantly in the past several years to a point where noteworthy confidence in instrumentation generated data has been established. Human evolution and advancement in the field of science and technology has significantly given a steep rise in air pollution causing us to monitor them so that it does not surpass the 'danger' level. Though modern instruments provide us with accurate measurements, they are available with different principles and exist as separate instrument. This paper intends to combine all such instruments together to form a single instrument which would measure the major air pollutants in air. The paper includes an instrumentation design which can be used to measure the major pollutants in air. The monitoring of the basic pollutants like SO2, NO2, Carbon monoxides, hydrocarbons and dust are done via this instrument. Efforts are taken to propose a device which is cost efficient and accurate. © 2010 IEEE.
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