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Embedded Wearable Integrating Real-Time Processing of Electromyography Signals

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We realized a non-invasive wearable device able to record muscle activity using patch electrodes positioned on the skin over the muscle. It is an integrated system-on-board developed for the detection of several physical and physiologic human parameters Continue reading

Tuning the Complexity of Photovoltaic Array Models to Meet Real-time Constraints of Embedded Energy Emulators

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Reproducibility of experimental conditions is a fundamental requirement for designing energy efficient, self-sustainable wireless sensor networks (WSNs). At the same time, it represents a significant challenge because of the variability and the unpredictability Continue reading

An Implementation of Real-Time Phased Array Radar Fundamental Functions on a DSP-Focused, High-Performance, Embedded Computing Platform

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This paper investigates the feasibility of a backend design for real-time, multiple-channel processing digital phased array system, particularly for high-performance embedded computing platforms constructed of general purpose digital signal processors. Continue reading

Trajectory Optimization for a Mars Ascent Vehicle

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The trajectory design, propellant loading, and staging of a Mars Ascent Vehicle (MAV) can be accomplished via the solution of the associated optimal control problem under given vehicle, mission, path and control constraints. This paper presents the Continue reading

Enhanced Learning–Combining MATLAB Simulation with Telecommunication Instructional Modeling (TIMS™) in a Senior Level Communication Systems Course

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In this paper we present the successes of combining MATLAB™ simulation methods with the Telecommunication Instructional Modeling System (EMONA-IMS™) to provide experiential learning in our senior level wireless communication systems course. Continue reading

Visible and Mid-Infrared Supercontinuum Generation and their Respective Application to 3D Imaging and Stand-off Reflection Spectroscopy

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The thesis describes broadband supercontinuum (SC) generation in optical fibers for both the visible and mid-infrared regions of the spectrum, and their respective application to 3D imaging and stand-off reflection spectroscopy. Both SC sources leverage mature Continue reading