W E L C O M E
This is the newly redesigned EE 475 (formerly EE 478) Final Projects website. The purpose of this page is to catalogue final projects from previous quarters and present them in a way where finding information is fast and intuitive. Pictures of group members and projects are supplied when available, as is complete final project documentation.
This website is still in final development stages and feedback is welcome. If there are any link problems, or if there are any desired stylistic changes, please don't hesitate to email the developer.
On behalf of Professor Peckol, thank you.
 
 
 
 
 
 
I N T R O D U C T I O N
The EE 475 final project is a four-week endeavor, that allows students to pursue areas of interest within the expanding realm of digital embedded systems. Students work in groups of two or three, which emphasize the necessary skills of teamwork and division of labor. Groups begin by formulating proposals that outline the general direction that their project will follow. Upon approval from the professor, groups begin the design process, which gives way to the assembly of the hardware and the programming of the software.
P U R P O S E
The final project has three main objectives.
The first purpose is to expose students to the design process. From tailoring the project content to the class context and time limit to debugging the final project, students work through the five major phases of the design process: proposal, scheduling, design, building, and debug.
Secondly, this project gives students practical experience in advanced digital system design techniques. Though the professor is readily available for consultation, independence is stressed and problem-solving skills are enforced.
Finally, a major goal of the final project is to provide students with hands-on training of digital circuit assembly and debugging. These skills are essential to contemporary embedded system engineers and are therefore a major focus of this project.
Please direct comments and questions to the following people:
Instructor:

TA:

Class:
James K. Peckol 'The Man'

Kick-Butt Brigette Huang

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