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Heart Rate Monitor Design Project

This project required me to design and implement a circuit that would display the Electrocardiogram (ECG) and the heart-rate of an individual’s heart on a screen using some electronic chips such as an operational and instrumentation amplifier, isolation chip and some simple electronic components such as resistors, capacitors and batteries. To attain the Raw ECG…

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“Swift” The Presenter Glove Prototype

This project involved making a prototype of a device to be used mainly by presenters, professors and teachers. It made use of an Arduino as it computing device, vibrating motors for haptic feedback, a Laser, pressure sensors and some basic circuitry. The purpose of this prototype was to make presentation somewhat easier by having customizable…

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Arduino Project #1 – Self Driving Mini car

  This projects involved making use of a micro-controller such as an Arduino to control both electrical and mechanical objects. The Self-driving Robot was implemented using some basic electronic components motors and an Arduino micro-controller, where the robot was programmed to move in all directions at different speeds. Tags Arduino C++ Circuit Design Prototyping

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Arduino Project #2 – Digital Tug of War game

These projects involved making use of a microcontroller such as an Arduino to control both electrical and mechanical objects. The Digital Tug of war game was implemented using NeoPixel LEDs and push buttons where two teams were assigned each with a push button that targets on lighting up the LEDs depending on the individual’s reflexes…

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4th Year Engineering Project

This project involved working in a group of four under a supervisor to make a prototype of a device to be used by visually impaired individuals to identify obstacles in their surroundings. The prototype included strategically placing ultrasonic sensors on a headband in all four directions to detect obstacles at head level and a fifth…

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Tug of War (TOW) Competition on FPGA board

Field Programable Gate Array (FPGA) Competition involved developing the Tug of War (TOW) game on an electronic level using LED’s and switches. In order to do this, we were required to program in Hardware Description Language (HDL) in a software called Verilog and upload it onto a FPGA board. For the purposes of this project,…

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Active Band-Pass Filter Project

This course and the project is considered to the most important course for an electrical engineer as it teaches the basics of electronics. This project involved designing and implementing an Active Band-pass filter using some basic electronic components such as operational amplifier, resistors and capacitors. A filter in electronics is anything that allows only certain…

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