4/02/2018

Graphene enhanced devices simulation based design microwave optical frequencies | Video

Graphene is a material with extraordinary properties. It promises to open up new application areas or to enhance existing devices, as indicated by a large amount of research on this topic. Currently, commercial applications are still small in number but increasing. EM simulations are a formidable tool to aid in the research and design of new devices that employ graphene.

4/01/2018

Artificial Intelligence with Python and Machine Learning examples


Firstly, the theory of the Artificial Intelligence and then you will find some useful examples of how to use Python for Machine learning and artificial intelligence applications.

Simulation of electromagnetic wave with Python



Some useful libraries and tools for EM studies using Python.

Antenna arrays and python



 These links include information about how to model and calculate patch antenna arrays using python:


7/30/2017

Video Game Industry in The World

One of the biggest digital industries in the world is the game industry which includes mobile games, console games and PC games.  UK, USA, Japan, Canada, Korea and China have huge market shares in this industry.

Market Share of Game Development around the world. [1]

The web pages below present market share of the game industry by countries and which countries are leading this industry.


  1. http://www.gameindustrycareerguide.com/best-cities-for-video-game-development-jobs/
  2. https://www.gamedesigning.org/game-development-studios/
  3. https://www.gamedevmap.com/     gives extensive information about which company is in which city/country
  4. https://venturebeat.com/2014/06/24/gamer-globe-the-top-100-countries-by-2014-game-revenue/
  5. http://uk.businessinsider.com/coolest-video-game-companies-in-europe-2015-7/#hello-games-is-working-on-a-game-loved-by-both-kanye-west-and-elon-musk-31

6/06/2017

Notes

Japan Graduate School Directory
04 Nov 2016
http://www.jpss.jp/en/search/

via this link we can conduct MSc or PhD programs in Japan.

Ultra Wideband Antenna Design for Target Detection
04 Nov 2016
Abstract—In this paper, a four-element microstrip antenna array is presented. The array is composed of Wilkinson power dividers which act as feed network along with Dolph-Chebyshev distribution and four identical patch antenna elements. The array elements are properly designed to have a compact size and constant gain against frequency. The simulated results show good agreement with the measured results for the fabricated antenna array. Measurement shows that the array has a peak gain of more than 12 dBi with side-lobe level of −15 dB at 6 GHz. These characteristics make the antenna array suitable for UWB directional uses.

Antenna Design for Wireless Sensor Networks

Wireless sensor networks have been becomıng more important with each passing day. For example, Internet of things (IoTs) concept is developed actually based on WSN systems. There are many different potential and future applications of WNS such as in industry, defence or protecting nature.


One wireless sensor network node may include a wide variety of layers from physical communication layer to algorithm development. Antennas are also vital parts of the wireless sensor nodes. Due to the small size of the nodes, efficient and small antenna design is brutally challenging, many different methods, therefore, can be applied to enhance performance and efficiency of those small antenna elements.

 

4/21/2017

The First Real-Time Testbed for Massive MIMO from Lund University

Another great job in Massive MIMO studies, they built a Massive MIMO system which includes 100 BS antennas and 50 FPGAs.
Massive MIMO system - image from the paper:
 The World’s First Real-Time Testbed for Massive MIMO: Design, Implementation, and Validation


You can find this paper in following link @axiv.org: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1701.01161.pdf

4/19/2017

Temprature Sensor and MCU - PC UART Communication

Following implementation of the sensors includes communication link over UART between the computer and the microcontroller and there is also a GUI for the PC so as to demonstrate and track the temperature. I improved this system for 3 sensors and implemented into same MCU, however, I am now able to share it now.


More info:
https://e2e.ti.com/group/launchyourdesign/m/msp430microcontrollerprojects/618210

There is a serial chart application which is also interesting.
https://code.google.com/archive/p/serialchart/