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High performance radio frequency (RF) transceivers require careful engineering design in expensive RF processes and large chip areas for RF passives. The proposed design of an integrated all-digital single-chip radio transceiver will not require any off-chip components, and can be moved from process to process, layout to layout with minimum effort. Thus, the single-chip radio can be easily included onto any digital microcontroller to enable wireless communication between multiple nodes.
Designing control systems for autonomous vehicles in mixed-autonomy situations
A Python based system designed to allow for the creation of printable robots through an easy to use web interface
The objective of this research is to create algorithms, methods, and tools to allow casual end-users to leverage the knowledge of engineering experts to easily and effectively create validated and verifiable manufacturable designs for custom objects. Especially, more focus will be lay on the furnitu...
With the current achievement on multirobot localization algorithm, our next step is to generalize the current algorithm to enable the multirobot system in reality.
Printable robotics is an upcoming field that focuses on the inexpensive development of customizable robots. In order for this process to become mainstream, the process by which robotics are designed must become much simpler: the mechanical, electrical, and software components must be readily available and easily accessible to the everyday user.