MSP432 Lab1 Introduction

TI MSP432 Labs, technical summary and important links Quick links TI Cloud Tools MSP432P401R Datasheet(online) Technical Reference Manual (pdf) SimpleLink MSP432 Software Development Kit (SDK) TI Resource Explorer (MSP432P4) TI MSP432 (Introduced in 2015) Main website: [link] MSP432P401R datasheet: [link] The MSP432 is a mixed signal microcontroller family from Texas Instruments.  It is based on a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F CPU, and extends their 16-bit MSP430 line TI MSP430 ultra-low-power sensing & […]

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Multiple RA/ISA Positions Available

Multiple Research Assistant Positions Available We are looking for self-motivated students to conduct research in the following two areas: 1) sensing, embedded system, and IoT: you need to have previous work/academic experience in embedded system, communication/sensing, or IoT. 2) Intelligent System: you need to have experience in robotic operating system (ROS), linux driver design, autonomous […]

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UWB Through-the-wall Detection and Communication System Demonstration

Main Project UWB Through-the-wall Detection and Communication System Demonstration, 863 High-Tech Program, MOST of China, No.2009AA011204. (Jan., 2009 ~ Sep., 2011) Demonstrate the UWB technology can be used in detection and positioning Research on UWB radar and communication system design; Application Localizing authorized persons; Security and military applications; Search and rescue victims after avalanche or […]

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Guoguo

Since our daily activities are dominantly indoor, as smartphones emerge as the most popular personal computing companions, major IT companies recently launched aggressive investment on mobile indoor location services and positioning systems, e.g., on iOS or Android mobile devices. However, one major hurdle has not been conquered yet: smartphone-based high-resolution indoor localization. In this project, […]

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SJAIedge

Our newly developed edge computing node for AI applications, codenamed “SJAIedge”, has the following salient features: 1) Modular computing and extension units. We used Lattice FPGA (ICE5LP4K) to glue the ST’s Cortex M4 MCU, external ARM/GPU processor (NVIDIA Jetson, Android Things, and Raspberry Pi), multiple radio chips, audio components, sensor modules, and extension ports together. […]

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