Hacked Gadgets Forum

May 22, 2016

Spring 2016 Cornell University ECE 5760 Advanced Microcontrollers Final Projects

at 8:09 pm. Filed under Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Educational, Electronic Hacks

flowchart

 

It is that time again! There is a new batch of Cornell University ECE 5760 Advanced Microcontrollers Final Projects. If you have done any PID work in the past the FPGA controlled Magnetic Levitation by Gautham Ponnu, Ryan Land, Nathan Spallone should be of interest. They are using a Altera DE2-115 FPGA board to monitor and control a steel ball about 1mm above the position sensor with great accuracy.
“The LDC1000 inductive sensor from Texas Instruments. This device acts as a mini “metal detector” and tells us, albeit in a nonlinear fashion, the height of the ball. The output is nonlinear because it is measuring the presence of metal through inductance, not the direct elevation of the ball from the sensor.”

 

entire_sch

 


 

As might already we be at big of and which probably cialis . As might already we be at big of and which probably...


Related Posts

Bruce in a Box Augmented Reality Project – Cornell University ECE 5760
Velocity Sensitive Digital Piano – Cornell University ECE 5760 Advanced Microcontrollers Final Project
Ball-E Color Following Robot – Cornell University ECE 5760 Advanced Microcontrollers Project
Cornell University ECE 4760 Microcontroller Designing Final Projects
Cornell University ECE 476 Microcontroller Design 2007 Final Projects
SCSU Engineering Microcontroller Digital Oscilloscope Project
Cornell University ECE576 Advanced Microcontroller Final Projects
Cornell University ECE 4760 Designing with Microcontrollers 2008 Final Projects

 


 

Leave a Reply

Internal Links:

Categories:

Search:

Google
Hacked Gadgets
Web

Site Sponsors:

Nuts and Volts Electronic Labs Trossen Robotics Free Technical Publications Blue LED

 

Recent Comments:

More RSS Feed Options

Site Sponsors:

 

Interesting Sites: