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Username: diegosalazar

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Location: Pereira, Colombia

Member since: March 2012



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  • $60 USD
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    Jul 7, 2012

    A+++ work, complete with additional support material, would like to work again and again and again. :)

    Project Description:I want someone to code using MIKROC for dsPIC . details : PIC waits for a sting from serial port, based on the string the PIC would look for a .wav file and play it from the SD Card. I would...
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  • £100 GBP In Progress

    i have a schematics for PIC32MX460F512L in which a camera is attached at one port and a wifi device is attached on the other port. the camera will take grey scale photos and send it to the external memory location which is also attached to a port in the schematics. after taking photos for a minute, the microcontroller will output the data through the wifi device. i need a Proteus simulation and a C Program code that will work on the Proteus simulation so that confirming that the code is right and working.i need the job done in not more that 3 days.

  • $555 USD 18 days ago

    Hello,have protel pcb data and need reversed it into Eagle to schematicbr Julien

  • $8 USD/hr 19 days ago

    Need someone to solve a fairly easy problem in Physics. Will be done in Google Drive (Google Docs), so we can interactively there.

  • $600 USD 19 days ago

    I am looking for assistance in designing a feedback system composed of controller, plant, and sensor for a diabetic pancreas.

  • $2000 USD 20 days ago

    Abstract:Seeking person with some hardware, firmware skills. Goal is a small, battery powered driver circuit capable of receiving an infrared signal and generating the desired output. Total reward is $2500.This project will be divided into 3 phases. 1: development and delivery of a functioning breadboard circuit powered by external power supply. Use of a development board, Arduino, etc. is acceptable.2: Review of prototype. Then development and delivery of a functioning PCBA including rechargeable battery and power management circuit3: Review of prototype. Then development and delivery of final design including A: Circuit diagramB: Gerber filesC: Firmware code, programming C is preferredD: Compiled code, such as hex filesE: Bill of materials. BOM must include price and supplier for all non generic parts such as ICs, switches, potentiometers, power management circuits, voltage regulators, etc.Client will be responsible for all prototyping costs. A prototype budget will be provided. Service provider will be responsible for supplying their own tools, development software, and hardware such as IC programmer. Client will provide some similar circuits for reference. Service provider will be required to sign an NDA and sign over intellectual property rights of the resulting design.Specific requirements:1: Target size for finished PCBA, including battery is 75mm x 75mm x 6mm. Thinner is better.2: Target cost, including battery, for 50 units is $16 each3: Circuit must receive 10 different commands via a common IR standard that can be broadcast by a universal remote, i.e. RC-5, RC-6, NECIdeally button 1 on a remote would correspond with command #1, etc.4: Circuit must output 8 channels of 100V AC +/- 20% at 2500 Hz, +/- 30%. 1 W total output5: Outputs 0-7 correlate to IR commands 0-76: IR command 8 places circuit into a sound reactive mode where:6A: Circuit receives input from microphone6B: Circuit outputs channels 0-7 as a continuous gradient relative to the volume of sound received from microphone6C: Softest sound translates to channel 0 and loudest sound translates to all channels 0 through 7 6D: User controls volume sensitivity with a linear potentiometer7: IR command 9 silences sound reactive mode and stops all outputs8: Tactile switch or button toggles between on, sound reactive mode, and off9: Slider switch powers off circuit entirely10: Power is supplied by a small Polymer Li-ion cell, such as #6051 or #6020 at batteryspace.com11: Circuit charges battery via micro USB port12: Target battery life is 100 minutes of active use13: Use of a common IC, such as a PIC, ATiny, or ATmega, is preferred.14: Final component placement on PCBA is at client"s discretion, such as microphone, potentiometer, buttons, switches, and battery locations.15: Client to specify connector for 8 output channels16: Service provider to specify a universal remote for use in this projectPayments: Upon receipt of prototype and deliverables for each phase, service provider will be paid within 15 days.Phase 1: $1000Phase 2: $750Phase 3: $750Service provider may either submit prototype expenses for reimbursement or provide client with a shopping list and client will purchase.Timeline: Timeline is flexible. Target is 10 weeks:Phase 1: 2 weeksPhase 2 development: 2 weeksPhase 2 prototype: 4 weeksPhase 3: 2 weeks

  • $50 USD Mar 18, 2012

    Project : ECG Signal compression Interface Description : The worker needs to come with an interface based on matlab program for ECG signals chosen from MIT-BIH and applied to compression algorithms and get the compressed signal out NOTE: All of the signals and their algorithms are ready with me the worker duty is just to design a sufficient well done interface and provide details and full description of the interface code and and work space of it .

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