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    DISCIPLINES USED IN THIS PROJECT The first column of Tables 6.1, 6.2 and show that different disciplines used in this project. More specifically, the second column shows the courses within the disciplines whose learning outcomes were used in the project. Table 6.1: Electrical Engineering (EE) Disciplines and Courses within the discipline in the EE program Discipline Course Used D1. Computers EGC251 C/C++ Programming x EGC331/EGC332 Microprocessors + Lab x D2. Analog Electronics EGE200/EGE201 Circuit Analysis + Lab x EGE320/EGE322 Electronics I + Lab x EGE321/EGE323 Electronics II + Lab x D3. Signals & Systems EGE416 Control Systems x D4. Energy Systems EGE452 Electric Power Systems x Table 6.2: Computer Engineering (CE) Disciplines and the Courses within theDiscipline in the CE program. Discipline D1) Computers Course in the discipline Used D1.a. Software EGC251 C/C++ Programming x CPS210 Computer Science I x CPS353 Software Engineering x D1.b. Computer Systems EGC331 Microprocessors + EGC332 Microprocessors Lab x x EGC433 Embedded Systems x This project uses the knowledge we gained from a number of electrical engineering and computer engineering courses. The control unit of the project is an embedded system as it is embedded into a small circuit with a microcontroller. The software of the project is developed with the knowledge we gained from the software engineering course. The Arduino programming language used in the project is…

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    Only two years after the appearance of integrated circuits, the Intel Corporation introduced microprocessor chips that led to large-scale integrated circruity (LSI) and very- large-scale integrated circruity (VLSI). More importantly, LSI and VLSI heightened the scientists interest in the development of Artificial Intelligence. A modern day example of the scientific chip can be shown by the United States Military Drones. Drones are an aircraft that uses computer technology to fly from point to…

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    SRAM Cells

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    INTRODUCTION: RESI: The devices that were huge in the earlier days have been reduced by a huge scale to fulfill the technology scaling demand and to maintain a balance between the device functionality and performance, but also obey Moore’s Law. In order to achieve these requirements, the fabrication process has been altered according to different designs. The reliability issues caused by increased temperatures and factors like soft errors and negative-bias temperature instability (NBTI) are…

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    1958, Jack Kilby of Texas Instruments discovered the integrated circuit. This advancement packed more transistors onto a single chip, allowing yet again faster speeds (Piguet). The integrated circuit accomplished reduced power consumption without intending to as well. As computers became more widespread commercially, minor developments came about, and eventually a better way of transferring data surfaced. The microprocessor, a microchip embedded with microscopic integrated circuits, marks the…

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    Stepper Motor Case Study

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    Question 3: a) What is the main use of stepper motors? In essence, stepper motors are applied in motion-control positioning system. For instance in 3D printers, disk drives, intelligent lighting, scanners, CNC machines, printers, camera lenses, plotters and slot machines. b) What are the similarities and differences between a reluctance, a permanent magnet and hybrid stepper motors? The three motors are similar in that, they all have power electronic control that comes with electronic…

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    When you buy a new toy or piece of furniture, the process of creating and producing the item is longer than you may think. From sketching to making a three dimensional layout on the computer, industrial designers use many diverse skills to create everyday products. As mentioned in the skills and abilities section of O*NET OnLine, industrial designers “develop and design manufactured products, such as cars, home appliances, and children's toys. Combine artistic talent with research on product…

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    Men Growing Minority

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    When an individual is looked at his/her background instead of his actually ability then there is a strong public response that is stopping the company to pick that individual. Men and women face different barriers when joining non-traditional occupation support. According to the article, “Men: A growing minority?”, the author says that, “Other experts agree that the field needs a diversity of viewpoints, but point out that it 's not only the male perspective that is underrepresented in…

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    Introduction: Analog Devices Inc. was established 1965 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was started by Ray Stata & Mathew Lorber. There were a leading manufacturer of integrated circuits that were used to convert analog and digital data form. The company's principal products were divided among four classifications which were general-purpose, standard-function linear, special-purpose linear, Digital-signal processing ICs & Assembled products. SLICS were the largest product segment for the…

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    Microcomputers Case Study

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    Define/Describe of Microcomputers: Microcomputer is a complete computer designed for the individual (PC). The motherboard contains a microprocessor (CPU), Read-Only Memory and Random Access Memory, I/O ports and a bus (transmission path). Microcomputers are smaller in size than mainframes and minicomputers. (BusinessDictionary, n.d.) Types & Description Models Functions Support Multiprocessing? Environment to Used Personal computer Affordable small devices designed to be use by one person at…

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    Raspberry Pi Essay

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    credit-card-sized (86 x 56 mm) single-board and low-cost computer (Fig.1) developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation (supported by the University of Cambridge Laboratory and Broadcom Corporation) with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools [1]. The comparatively low price and the relatively large possibilities of the central unit resided in, caused the Raspberry Pi being often used not only for educational purposes but also (individually or in sets) in…

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