Digital Signal Processing II 

2017 Final Project:  Digital Capacitor


See schedule below for points/weighting

Groups are expected to be the same as during semester, unless otherwise approved by email from instructor
Ph.D. students have option to choose their groups (all Ph.D. or mix), with or without randomization.

The primary goals of this project are:
  1. Implement a Digital Capacitor on an MBED/ARM the FRDM-K64F FRDM-K64F using online IDE 
  2. Implement a digital negative capacitor of approx. -40 nF on an MBED/ARM K64F platform
  3. Write a 3-page IEEE-format report using the template below, where paper must include:
    1. Use report template
    2. Provide all required data
  4. Demonstrate your working board
  5. Peer review final presentation videos

NOTE: Use the Project Report Template and see below for minimum required data content your reports and demos.

IN NO CASE may code or files or data or pictures be exchanged between student groups, there is to be NO COPYING of group reports!
Also, each student must be able to independently answer any questions themselves during demos.
All students are expected to learn all aspects of every project.
Nevertheless, students are encouraged to collaborate (not copy) during the lab sessions.

Digital Capacitors


Report Data


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