Title

Wireless Examples And Demonstrations For Practical Learning

Presenter Information

Jeff Wilcox

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC Ballroom C/D

Start Date

16-5-2013

End Date

16-5-2013

Abstract

This presentation provides wireless solutions based on the IEEE 804.15.4 standard utilizing components from the Microchip™ Corporation. Examples show the relative ease of wireless implementation. Wireless components pass signals between two Explorer 16™ demonstration boards. Differences and similarities in the programming are shown to better understand the systems. Components that are not proprietary in nature are described in further detail including advanced features. The exploration guides provided help students understand how to choose the best arrangement for their wireless application and how to implement them into an established wire control based project. Documentation and examples can be utilized in EET 376 lectures at CWU to introduce wireless functionality of microprocessors currently used by the EET department.

Poster Number

10

Faculty Mentor(s)

Nathan Davis

Additional Mentoring Department

Industrial and Engineering Technology

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Wireless Examples And Demonstrations For Practical Learning

SURC Ballroom C/D

This presentation provides wireless solutions based on the IEEE 804.15.4 standard utilizing components from the Microchip™ Corporation. Examples show the relative ease of wireless implementation. Wireless components pass signals between two Explorer 16™ demonstration boards. Differences and similarities in the programming are shown to better understand the systems. Components that are not proprietary in nature are described in further detail including advanced features. The exploration guides provided help students understand how to choose the best arrangement for their wireless application and how to implement them into an established wire control based project. Documentation and examples can be utilized in EET 376 lectures at CWU to introduce wireless functionality of microprocessors currently used by the EET department.