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    Important: • Please create a new assignment folder in your working directory for each assignment, and a new problem folder in the assignment folder for each problem. • Please backup your files in your own USB drive or your own network drive at the end of each class because the workbench computers may be reimaged without prior notice. Problem 1. UART serial communication with interrupt. • Follow “[url removed, login to view]” to create a new CCS project with the name “Lab3_1”. • Delete “main.c” if you have generated the file automatically. • Copy the source code “Lab3_1_main.c” into your project folder. • Make sure your LaunchPad is properly connected to PC. • Launch the Windows 10 Device Manager – Ports (COM & LPT). Look for the line showing “XDS 110 Class Application/User UART”. For example, in my computer it is COM4. It might be a different number in your case. Write down your Application UART port number: COM______. • Lauch the software PuTTY. Enter the following as shown in the image, Connection type: Serial, Serial line: COM4 (which should be your COM port number), Speed: 9600. Click the Open button. 1 • In CCS, build, load, and run your project on LaunchPad. • Bring up the PuTTY window that you just opened, then type on the keyboard. While you are typing, you should see the letters you typed in the Putty window have been received by the LaunchPad and printed in the Console window in CCS as shown in the two pictures below. 2 • Explain the code line-by-line in your report. • Once the UART communication is working as described in this problem, you can simply use the following line in your code to display any messages on the PuTTY terminal window to help you with the debugging of your code: uart0_transmitStr(“You can have any text that you want to display on the terminal!”); Problem 2. UART serial communication with polling. • Create a new CCS project with the sample code “Lab3_2_main.c” • This code uses polling method to receive from UART. Compile and run the code on LaunchPad. • Study the source code and explain the source code line-by-line. • Make the following changes in the source code, then compile and run the program again: o Configure DCO frequency to be 12MHz. o Configure UART0 baud-rate to be 115200. (You will also have to change the baud-rate in PuTTY in order to communicate with LaunchPad.) • Explain your source code line-by-line in the report. Problem 3. Glitch filtering for user button S1. • Create a new CCS project with the sample code “Lab3_3_main.c”. • This sample code implements a software glitch filtering for user button S1. • Compile and run the program. Study the source code. • The user button S2 is connected to P1.4, which has glitch filtering capability built-in. In order to enable glitch filter, you will need to call the following function when configuring the GPIO port: void SysCtl_enableGlitchFilter(void); • Modify the source code to implement the following features: o Click button S1 to double the LED blinking frequency. o Click button S2 to decrease the LED blinking frequency by half. 3 o Define a minimum (2-4 Hz) and a maximum (24 Hz) blinking frequencies to prevent the blinking frequency from being increased or decreased indefinitely by user. • Explain your source code line-by-line in the report. Assignment Deliverables: • Compile your report with pictures, plots, and the codes that you have written or modified. • Explain in detail what you have done, why you have done in that way, and what you have learnt. Follow the report format outlined in the Introduction lecture notes. • Printout of your source code should be attached to your lab report printout as appendix. If your source code goes beyond two pages, please only print the part of the source code where you have newly written or modified.

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    digtal signal 4 4 days left
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    Important: • Please create a new assignment folder in your working directory for each assignment, and a new problem folder in the assignment folder for each problem. • Please backup your files in your own USB drive or your own network drive at the end of each class because the workbench computers may be reimaged without prior notice. Problem 1. UART serial communication with interrupt. • Follow “[url removed, login to view]” to create a new CCS project with the name “Lab3_1”. • Delete “main.c” if you have generated the file automatically. • Copy the source code “Lab3_1_main.c” into your project folder. • Make sure your LaunchPad is properly connected to PC. • Launch the Windows 10 Device Manager – Ports (COM & LPT). Look for the line showing “XDS 110 Class Application/User UART”. For example, in my computer it is COM4. It might be a different number in your case. Write down your Application UART port number: COM______. • Lauch the software PuTTY. Enter the following as shown in the image, Connection type: Serial, Serial line: COM4 (which should be your COM port number), Speed: 9600. Click the Open button. 1 • In CCS, build, load, and run your project on LaunchPad. • Bring up the PuTTY window that you just opened, then type on the keyboard. While you are typing, you should see the letters you typed in the Putty window have been received by the LaunchPad and printed in the Console window in CCS as shown in the two pictures below. 2 • Explain the code line-by-line in your report. • Once the UART communication is working as described in this problem, you can simply use the following line in your code to display any messages on the PuTTY terminal window to help you with the debugging of your code: uart0_transmitStr(“You can have any text that you want to display on the terminal!”); Problem 2. UART serial communication with polling. • Create a new CCS project with the sample code “Lab3_2_main.c” • This code uses polling method to receive from UART. Compile and run the code on LaunchPad. • Study the source code and explain the source code line-by-line. • Make the following changes in the source code, then compile and run the program again: o Configure DCO frequency to be 12MHz. o Configure UART0 baud-rate to be 115200. (You will also have to change the baud-rate in PuTTY in order to communicate with LaunchPad.) • Explain your source code line-by-line in the report. Problem 3. Glitch filtering for user button S1. • Create a new CCS project with the sample code “Lab3_3_main.c”. • This sample code implements a software glitch filtering for user button S1. • Compile and run the program. Study the source code. • The user button S2 is connected to P1.4, which has glitch filtering capability built-in. In order to enable glitch filter, you will need to call the following function when configuring the GPIO port: void SysCtl_enableGlitchFilter(void); • Modify the source code to implement the following features: o Click button S1 to double the LED blinking frequency. o Click button S2 to decrease the LED blinking frequency by half. 3 o Define a minimum (2-4 Hz) and a maximum (24 Hz) blinking frequencies to prevent the blinking frequency from being increased or decreased indefinitely by user. • Explain your source code line-by-line in the report. Assignment Deliverables: • Compile your report with pictures, plots, and the codes that you have written or modified. • Explain in detail what you have done, why you have done in that way, and what you have learnt. Follow the report format outlined in the Introduction lecture notes. • Printout of your source code should be attached to your lab report printout as appendix. If your source code goes beyond two pages, please only print the part of the source code where you have newly written or modified.

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    Build EMV Chip Data Reader 4 days left
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    We are looking for someone to build Hardware on very thin foil sheet which can can Read and Store EMV Chip Card Data. Please only bid if you are capable of doing it and have all the things needed or can arrange to do so. Rest of the Project Details will be provided upon contact.. Plz check Attachment for little details

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    I want a software, with which I can turn on/off my office lights, airconditioners, and other machines. for this purpose I need automation using arduino board with electrical wiring etc and other stuff needed for that.

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    PSCAD Modelling 4 days left
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    i need to use a computer programme called PSCAD to design a model and simulation of how to achieve a PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF STATIC VAR COMPENSATOR (SVC) FOR VOLTAGE STABILITY ENHANCEMENT OF a 132/33/11kV DISTRIBUTION NETWORK using PSCAD.

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    I intend to develop a set of deliverables for electrical and instrumentation installation. The successful freelancer will prepare cable routing drawings, cable specifications, PLC configuration, control panel drawings, emergency shut-down system drawing, instrument hook up drawings etc. The major equipment are: 1. pneumatic valves 2. valve positioners 3. leak detectors 4. fire detectors 5. 2 pumps 6. 1 compressor 7. emergency push buttons 8. Earthing monitors 9. UPS

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    Fuel Consumption Calculation 4 days left
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    Need to calculate fuel consumption of vehicle for usage of several electronic gadgets (such as Video Display, Mobile Phones etc). Typically for a Diesel Bus.

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    We need some new ideas for research papers in Electrical Engineer. Good Freelancers Needed regardless of reviews or anything. If you are an experienced person but still new on freelancer, bid on our project. If the work will be good, you will paid and you will get a good review as well. Continuous Work.

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    Hi everyone, I need some ideas about research paper in Electrical Engineering. Anyone who is already a student or graduate, and want to earn some good money with learning as well. Thanks

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    This project is confidential and the successful applicant must be willing to sign an NDA and treat the confidentiality of this project as a legally binding contract. Now enough of the boring stuff. I cannot disclose too much information regarding this project, but the brief is as follows: Brief: I have a relatively basic FPC (flexible printed circuit) electrical system that is currently in production. The main goal of the brief is to reduce the cost of manufacture and or component count (BOM) as it is currently too expensive. So think refinement and innovation! Full details and specification will be provided upon winning the bid. The product is a large format FPC so think bigger than those used in laptops!! MUST HAVE SKILLS THAT MUST BE DEMONSTRATED FOR CONSIDERATION: I will only consider someone who has experience with FPC technology and manufacturing experience in this area. Thanks, Liam

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    I want to be able to control my RC car and view through camera via 3G 4G Wi-Fi

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    I need an Electrical Engineer that has experience developing and maintaining an island power grid. Must be able to step into position very quickly and oversee island electrical repairs/replacement. I need the expertise of a seasoned EE. This will be only the first step in the chosen individual's long, rewarding position with us. We will be seeking additional experts for construction and other critical needs once power is restored and operating. I need someone that can first get the Cummings generator up and running smoothly. You will have a large staff, including 2 subordinate electrical engineers from the power company to assist you. I am willing to pay $100 or more per hour for the right person, with possible hiring bonus to highly competent, qualified, and experienced individual. Possibility of earning large amounts of money.

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    I need someone to design the schematics for an egg turner for an incubator. More information provided by private message. This should quick to solve. I should have more projects in the future.

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    expert in c++ needed 3 days left
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    Need an expert to do a model in c++

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    Looking for an MEP engineer to engage in a residential design process.

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    HVAC Project Academic Writing 3 days left
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    Need an experienced academic writer from electrical engineering background Budget- 80$

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    matlab image processing project

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    I'm looking for an expert to guide me for writing some reports

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    Need an experienced HVAC expert. Budget - 80-100$

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