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The Project Roadmap outlines the journey on how you can take your student projects from Concept to Maket and every step in between. There are 10 Steps with resources to help ensure your Success.
Project Dashboard is here to help you track your journey to success and monitor what needs to be done next on your Student project lifecycle. This Dashboard will highlight tasks and give you tips, tricks and support resources through the entire process.
Startup Survival Guide
This guide can help you with your Student projects to create and inspire your ideas for a smooth transition to completion eliminating the rock road to finish the year that will prepare you for your next venture.
Printable Charts for Your Design
Featured Academic Content
How to use a Bode plot to ensure circuit stability by quickly measuring single-pole and single-zero gain and phase response with this straight-edge tool.
A brief discussion of Canada’s NeuronicWorks engineering house and the services that they offer.
In this blog, Randall explains what Planet Debug is and how it can be used for development of your application.
How do you decide what to do for your electronics senior project? Digi-Key’s John LeDuc relates what motivates him and how it can help in your decision.
Your senior capstone project is very important and represents the culmination of your education, knowledge, and experience to future employers.
Established security mechanisms such as Arm’s TrustZone can be used to secure IoT devices at the network edge with minimal hardware complexity and cost.
Developers can depend on FPGAs and other programmable devices from Intel (Altera) in a tremendous range of applications.