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Investigation of Ionizing Radiation Infuence to the Communication Systems of Satellites
Golubev, Martin ; Kubíček, Michal (referee) ; Katovský, Karel (advisor)
This master thesis discuss about ionizing radiation, interaction with matter and effects on her. In the work is discussed differend types of interactions of directly ionizing radiation and indirectly ionizing radiation. Below is an overview of methods of shielding from all of types of ionizing radiation. Second part of this thesis discuss about single event effects in semiconductors which are cause by ionizing radiation. At the end is described design of measuring instrument included FPGA chips. This design is discused both from point of wiew hardware and software too.
Optical communication interface for LaserGame
Vykydal, Jan ; Povalač, Aleš (referee) ; Kubíček, Michal (advisor)
This work deals with the design of the communication interface in the infrared band of electromagnetic waves, which will be applicable to the laser game.
Wireless IR Sensor for Area Invasion Detection
Suchý, Lukáš ; Kubíček, Michal (referee) ; Kolouch, Jaromír (advisor)
The target of this Bachelor thesis to design a security system for detection of the monitored space disruption, containing several battery powered sensors which are connected to central unit. From Bachelor thesis is evident, that for communication is to be used integrated circuit SI4432. Sensor detects motion in distance no less than 5 m and sends reports of the space disruption to central unit where this information will be processed. After that the user will be informed by the central unit. Sensor unit should be battery powered with lifetime in years. In conlusion, the system it tested in real work.
Design of synchronous switched-mode power supply for automotive
Sedlák, Jakub ; Šebesta, Jiří (referee) ; Kubíček, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis deals with the DC/DC convertors and their application in automotive lighting. In first part of thesis, there are mentioned DC/DC convertors, their basic topologies and synchronous rectification. In next part of thesis, there are compared selected integrated circuits, which are suitable for this application. For one of these circuits is created a design. For this design was created a simulation to find out, that design is working. This design was realized and was tested according to automotive standards. In the end, there is a working DC/DC convertor, which meets requirements and basic limits from automotive standarts.
Camera Security System with Raspberry Pi Minicomputer
Vitula, Marek ; Kubíček, Michal (referee) ; Kolouch, Jaromír (advisor)
This bachelor thesis describes a design of a camera surveillance system on the Raspbery Pi platform that can be controlled remotely and powered by a solar panel. It includes a description of the individual components to be used and also deals with the design of the application for motion detection using a camera and PIR motion sensor output and the following image processing and storage on cloud.
Development and Verification of DC/DC Converter for Future Automotive Lighting Systems with Net Voltage of 48V
Pospíšil, Josef ; Kubíček, Michal (referee) ; Dobesch, Aleš (advisor)
The aim of this master thesis is to describe the requirements put on electronics and headlights within car industry, above all on the newly emerging 48V power network. In the thesis the principles of chosen DC/DC buck converter topologies are briefly described. In the next part of this thesis the converters are designed and manufactured. Further, the EMC chamber measurement of these converters and their subsequent evaluation is performed. In the last part the proposed converters are compared and evaluated.
Thermoluminescence measurement system
Matějka, Tomáš ; Král, Jan (referee) ; Kubíček, Michal (advisor)
This thesis deals with revision and design of electronic for measuring system PSI TL 500 which is designed for measurement of thermoluminescence phenomena in photosystem II. Thesis describes principles and properties of the measuring system in its current form and changes for the new version are discussed. Digital control part based on Xilinx Zynq platform is designed. Revision of analog measuring part of system is made and partial changes are implemented.
User interface for adaptive RCL modules
Novitchi, Dumitru ; Frýza, Tomáš (referee) ; Kubíček, Michal (advisor)
The purpose of this thesis is to create an simple graphic library in the programming C language, through which it will be possible to draw and simulate the basic functions of a car backlight, and subseguently to create the graphic user interface.v The first part of the thesis is based on the study of the given issue, briefly it describes the differences between raster and vector graphics,most used formats, describes diverse color models and the area of their use, ,basic graphic adapters, video memorry and its control in the operating system Linux. In the second part there is stated the practical realization of the basic graphic algorithms needed for drawing the algorithm primitives. An mathematical aparatus described in detail and well-founded with formulas. Also there are the advantages and disatvantages of each used algorithm and their realization in the programming C language. The 3rd and the last part of the thesis is dedicated to the creation of the graphic user interface in the FreePascal programming language and further to the describtion of his main elements.
High speed acquisition system
Svoboda, Tomáš ; Kováč, Michal (referee) ; Kubíček, Michal (advisor)
This master's thesis is focused on the design of a highspeed aquizition system which is based on FPGA and a highspeed AD converter with modern JESD204B interface. Considering the requirements, such as high samplig rate, the current range of available devices is limited. Therefore the market overview of the modern IC and modules was made. The resulting design is based on available modules, so the rached sampling rate is up to 5 GSa/s with 12bits resolution. Data from measurement are send to PC via Ethernet which uses lwIp stack and TEMAC core on Microblaze proccessor.
Computerized Weapon Live Test
Venhoda, Jaroslav ; Kubíček, Michal (referee) ; Frýza, Tomáš (advisor)
The master thesis deals with the design of device used for gun prototypes testing purposes. It aims at electrical part of the design which controls a stepper motor which through mechanical gear initiates trigger of tested prototype periodically. The core of design consists of the DRV8711 integrated circuit which controls a stepper motor. The integrated circuit is using the microstepping driving technique. The main logic of designed device is controlled by PIC32 microcontroller unit which also communicates with PC through USB bus.

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