781 E Terrace Mall
Tempe, AZ 85282
Fundamentally based on low-power, wireless network communications, UON Technologies opens up transformative possibilities in underwater sensing and communications.
One key value of underwater networks are their ability to monitor and sense phenomena at a high spatial resolution. However, network platforms are useless without the ability to interface with sensors, logging instruments, or other peripheral instruments. This project focuses on the improvement of UON’s ability to couple a wide range of existing sensors to a specific product, the OMM.
The first step in widening the breadth of compatible peripheral attachments is validating the RS-232 standard function with temperature probes. Compatibility with standards such as RS-422 and Ethernet will then be examined and added onto the OMM.
The initial validation of RS-232 compatibility should take less than 2 months, but exploring other standards may extend the project duration.
The electrical engineer should be familiar with general circuit design and bench instrument use. Experience with EAGLE and LTSpice is preferred.
Expected duration/deadline: 2 months / May 1, 2015
Expected number of students:
Electrical Engineering – 1
Requires US Citizenship: No
Requires Permanent Residency: No
Company Representative: David Ganger
Send an email to Karan Sharma <firstname.lastname@example.org> stating your interest in the project. You must be a cohort member of SPARCe to be considered for the project. Not a cohort member? Fill up the student interest form and we will get back to you!