Title

34. CARRIND Laboratory (EE)

Presenter Information

Kevin CarranzaFollow

Faculty Mentor(s)

David Slutzky

Campus

Oconee

Proposal Type

Poster

Subject Area

Physics

Location

Nesbitt 3110

Start Date

25-3-2022 12:00 PM

End Date

25-3-2022 1:00 PM

Description/Abstract

My abstract is 1 out of 2 projects of mine I worked on over the summer. My project was called Marinf as mar means sea and inf is from infinity. Nevertheless, it's a microcontroller based on the Arduino and built myself. This project took research of course and engineering of the design which I would talk about more. I used PCB CAD software and CAD software. The project has not been made physical sadly as the parts are not in stock as it appears they’re still having problems with that. The designs exist of course, and I even made a 3D design showing it. These designs are my own and it does not look like an Arduino though it certainly basically is one. Then I would like to then talk about my next project perhaps, which is a radio transceiver. That one is still under research, so early stages, but I have made 3d designs for some of it.

Media Format

flash_audio

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34. CARRIND Laboratory (EE)

Nesbitt 3110

My abstract is 1 out of 2 projects of mine I worked on over the summer. My project was called Marinf as mar means sea and inf is from infinity. Nevertheless, it's a microcontroller based on the Arduino and built myself. This project took research of course and engineering of the design which I would talk about more. I used PCB CAD software and CAD software. The project has not been made physical sadly as the parts are not in stock as it appears they’re still having problems with that. The designs exist of course, and I even made a 3D design showing it. These designs are my own and it does not look like an Arduino though it certainly basically is one. Then I would like to then talk about my next project perhaps, which is a radio transceiver. That one is still under research, so early stages, but I have made 3d designs for some of it.