41070 Embedded Mechatronics Studio6cp; 3hpw, on campus, weekly
Requisite(s): 48622 Embedded Mechatronics Systems
Mechatronic systems rely on active and passive electronics to create complex and intelligent devices. This studio builds on and brings together the concepts introduced in earlier subjects to extend students’ knowledge of passive and active electronics, and provide students with hands-on experience in mechatronics system design. Specifically, the concepts of active and passive electronics, sensing, measurement, filtering, amplification, digital communication, embedded hardware and software are demonstrated through the use and integration of various components.
As a design studio, students implement a mechatronic solution to meet a given specification. Groups of students design, develop and commission a hardware + software solution for a microprocessor based mechatronic system.
Autumn session, City campus
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