3rd year electrical/electronics project, Electrical Engineering



I`m a 3rd year electrical engineering student studying in Canada, and there is a new course they added in my university for 3rd year students called Engineering Project.

from the name you can tell it`s a project very similar to the final project, except that it`s a little bit smaller and we only have till mid of this March to finish it.

our group was assigned to design and implement a security system ( or sensors ) for glass breakage, for windows and doors'' glass. The idea is trickier than what we thought, we have to study frequencies and noise characteristics and design a smart sensor that can analyze the noise and decide weather it`s a window or just any other glass or any other sound, and when it detects something it sends a signal through RF ( or wireless ) to a main system to set the alarm on.

the sensor can be either a noise sensor or a shock sensor, or both with all of their features and differences.

the project is more complicated and bigger than my description, but that is it in a nutshell.

So do you see that you can help me with this project ?

I''m not asking you to design the project for me but I will need a lot of help from an experienced engineer on an ongoing matter not just a one time thing.
Posted Date: 1/16/2013 7:27:45 PM | Location : Canada







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