Portoscope tagged

Prize giving and final year group project

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November 5th, 2012 by Rajan | 0 comments
Prize giving

There were four prizes given this year from our department(Electronics and Computer Science) for Third year individual projects Continue reading..

3D Gerber Viewer: mayhewlabs

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May 23rd, 2012 by Rajan | 0 comments
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This one’s very interesting, I was listening to Dave Jones and Chris Gammell on theamphour and they started talking about this cool HTML5 web-app which lets you view gerber layers in 3D: Mayhewlabs web gerber viewer. Continue reading..

Portoscope part 7: Result

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May 19th, 2012 by Rajan | 20 comments
Final board

Yeah this is the last post for Portoscope and time to wrap up this article. It was a really interesting project I personally feel that it covers a broad spectrum of electronics Continue reading..

Portoscope part 6: PCB

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May 19th, 2012 by Rajan | 5 comments
Top layer

This section contains an introduction to PCB design and how I went around designing mine (I know very little about PCB design by the way) Continue reading..

Portoscope part 5: Firmware

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May 19th, 2012 by Rajan | 14 comments
firmware

Entire firmware for the MCU was written in C language and I used atollic trueStudio toolchain for the development. It’s an Eclipse (which is always a plus) based environment with GNU C compiler and atollic’s ST-link GDB server for debugging. Continue reading..

Portoscope part 4: Sampling

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May 19th, 2012 by Rajan | 0 comments
Dual channel digitizer

ADC

 

ADCs are heart of sampling systems so selecting appropriate ADC is important. Digitizers (ADCs) Continue reading..

Portoscope part 3: Input

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May 19th, 2012 by Rajan | 2 comments
analogue

Yep let’s start with the toughest bit. To begin with I am not very good with analogue circuit design and the problem with this project is that it requires perfect analogue design Continue reading..

Portoscope part 2: Overview

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May 19th, 2012 by Rajan | 0 comments
block

This post describes the outline of the system, different modules, layers and the top-level architecture. The design of Portoscope can be split into four modules

Continue reading..

Portoscope part 1: Introduction

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May 19th, 2012 by Rajan | 1 comments
Introduction

Portoscope is an open-source portable oscilloscope for electronic hobbyists. It was my final year project under Professor Steve Gunn at the University of Southampton. Continue reading..