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The course EEEE-374 EM Fields lab utilizes an RF measurement system located in the ETA lab. The present system was designed and constructed in 1997 and has been working successfully since then, however, several of the six sets are showing signs of aging. The goal is to design and build a new measurement system that is more compact, is automated through the use of MATLAB and to then validate the Network Analyzer measurement for four different types of measurements. The resulting system should run at 100% reliability and be easy for the user to operate. A user guide for operation must also be included in the final package.

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Project Name
Linear RF Measurement System
Project Number
P15342
Project Family
Autonomous Systems and Controls Track
Start Term
2145 (Spring 2015)
End Term
2151 (Fall 2015)
Faculty Guide
Professor George Slack, gbseee@rit.edu
Primary Customer
Dr. Jayanti Venkataraman, jnveee@rit.edu
Sponsor (financial support)
MSD office and primary customer

Team Members

Team members (left to right): Matt Chauncey, Kate Gunderson, Will Tourtillotte

Team members (left to right): Matt Chauncey, Kate Gunderson, Will Tourtillotte

Member Role Contact
Kate Gunderson ME-Base Design, Motor Alignment, Project Manager keg5663@rit.edu
Will Tourtillotte EE-Microcontrollers, Customer POC wit6115@rit.edu
Matthew Chauncey EE-MATLAB GUI mcc2726@rit.edu

Table of Contents

MSD I & II MSD I MSD II Important Downloads

Team Values and Norms

Gate Reviews

Planning & Execution

Problem Definition

Systems Design

Subsystems Design

Detailed Design

Build, Test, Document

Publications & Presentations

MATLAB Code.zip

Stepper Motor Code Files.zip

Mechanical Drawings.zip

Acknowledgements


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