VIEWS: 1 PAGES: 1 POSTED ON: 2/1/2013
Engr 1202 E01 Clean Room Project Today wireless communication devices are everywhere. Mobile telephones allow people to be in constant contact throughout the world. Wireless connections to the internet are wide spread. Connections between components in a computer system can be done wirelessly. New wireless technology can replace bar code labels. Exact locations can be determined with wireless GPS systems. All of these devices are getting smaller, lighter, and cheaper. Wireless communication devices can be smaller than a watch. These wireless communications devices need a miniature antenna. Your project is to research and design a planar antenna for use inside a miniature communications device that is no larger than the face of a watch. The maximum size of the designed antenna cannot exceed 20mm x 20mm. Cost, reliability, and manufacturability are to be considered in the design. You can chose to design the antenna for a mobile phone operating at 1850-1990 MHz, a Bluetooth/Wi-Fi device operating at 2400-2497 MHz, A RFID tag operating at 850-980 MHz, or a GPS device operating at 1575 MHz. You will then fabricate your antenna design in the ECE Microelectronics Clean Room in Cameron Hall. The completed antenna and fabrication summary will then be presented. Both a written report and slide presentation are required. You will receive instruction on how to safely work and fabricate the antenna in the clean room. This is a team project. Teams will be formed and will meet as necessary in the clean room. All team members will receive the same grade for the slide presentation and final report.
Pages to are hidden for
"Engr 1202 E01 Clean Room Project"Please download to view full document