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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Neeraj, Nov 28, 2005.

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  1. Neeraj

    Neeraj Guest

    i has to make a project till march2006 ,i request u to please help me
    and guide me on my project selection i am good at analog but weak in
    commincation subject so i want a project in which loys of opamp,ic are
    there but no transfom, filters etc this is my 1st project so i m
    confused . i also want it to be unique pls help me
  2. PeteS

    PeteS Guest

    If you are as good at analog as you say, you should have no trouble
    with transformers and filters.


  3. Chris

    Chris Guest

    "That which does not kill us makes us more employable."
    (Cobbled from) Friedrich Nietzsche

    If this is an undergrad project, you should automatically reach for the
    achievable project that will give you the most benefit. Examine your
    premises, and remember why you're going to school. The topics you're
    avoiding should provide the best learning opportunity.

    There are no "unique" undergrad projects. Period. You're generally
    graded on the quality of your work and the understanding of the
    underlying principles. As long as your project hasn't been done for
    the past couple of years at your college, you should be OK.

    Another potential source for advice would be Googling, where this has been a perennial topic of

    You should check with your professor for help in choosing a topic, and
    be sure to get his approval as soon as possible. Hurry early.

    Good luck
  4. Bob Monsen

    Bob Monsen Guest

    Build a robot that cooks hamburgers. Lots of sensor work (shades of burger
    done-ness), mechanisms and feedback for the motors, and power control.
    Also, you'll be able to use it to your advantage if you flunk out of

    Bob Monsen

    The chief aim of all investigations of the external world should be to
    discover the rational order and harmony which has been imposed on it by God
    and which He revealed to us in the language of mathematics.
    - Johannes Kepler
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