|Project Summary||Project Information|
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Electronics labs require students to design, build, and debug circuits in order to characterize behaviors and gain an understanding of underlying principles. Students utilize various integrated circuit (IC) chips to facilitate their testing. Often times chips may be presumed non-functional due to user error. Furthermore chips may be partially/fully broken by issues like over voltages/currents, improper pin assignments, etc...
To rectify this, our team is aiming to create a generalized IC testing rig, capable of characterizing chips and their possible malfunctions. It must be capable of testing the basic range of chips used in Electronics labs, with the ability to handle future additions. With a target price range of 50-75$, the challenges will lie firmly in the acquisition and design of a simple, yet capable implementation along with it's veracity and repeatability.
|David Froehlich||Lead Engineerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Brian Mesolella||Project Manageremail@example.com|
|Zachary Kruse||Software Engineerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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