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CAN Flexible Data Rate transceiver evaluation platform
Hus, Peter ; Pavlík, Michal (referee) ; Hejátková, Edita (advisor)
The aim of the work is to develop an evaluation platform for comunnication on CAN FD bus. This evaluation platform is mainly intended to be used for the application support of the NCV7344 CAN transceiver on given module. The main part of the work is to develop firmware for SAM V71 microcontroller and a control application software for computer. This control application will serve to setup the communication parameters, send and receive data and control communication in the testing network. Attention is also paid to develop and test effectiveness of signal improvement circuits and their impact on bit error rate in real conditions on designed evaluation network.
Remote temperature monitoring system
Gál, Radek ; Boušek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Pavlík, Michal (advisor)
This project describes the design of the system for remote temperature monitoring of stored goods for horse-breeding. The main task of this system is the early alert before the fire developed to spontaneous combustion and continuous monitoring of this commodities .. The control panel communicates with several autonomous temperature sensors. The measured values are displayed on the display and transmitted over the Ethernet network to a server where monitored temperatures and their graphical waveforms can be viewed.
Electrostatic headphones
Hanousek, Filip ; Bohrn, Marek (referee) ; Pavlík, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to analyze electrostatic technology for loudspeakers and the design of electrostatic headphones which are characterized by the detail and purity of the sound along the frequency range. High-voltage amplifier is an important part of this system due to verifying parameters of the headphones. This design is described below in this work. The thesis deals mainly with the construction of the headphones and amplifier.
Improvement of the laboratory boards for BDTS subject
Hynek, David ; Kledrowetz, Vilém (referee) ; Pavlík, Michal (advisor)
This work describes improvements in laboratory tasks that will be used in the university classes BDTS. Theseis classes deal with diagnostics and testing of electric circuits. Main focus is on simplification of the measurement procedure. An innovation, design, firmware development and realization are described in following chapters. The theoretical part explains functions of analog circuits and failure of electronic components. The last part focuses on testing of new laboratory tasks and on modifying laboratory manuals.
Power supply for space application
Hrubý, Lukáš ; Bohrn, Marek (referee) ; Pavlík, Michal (advisor)
The following work deals with a design of switched mode power supply. In this essay, there is detailed description of non-isolated and isolated topologies of SMPS, used in industry. Next, there are calculations for design and analysis which are needed for space design. There will also be selected devices, which could be used in final device. Based on experience and ECSS requirements, there will be chosen parameters of SMPS, which could be then used as a module for future space design. Chosen topology of SMPS will be created as engineering model assembled with commercial components. One part of this work is dedicated to design and realization of planar transformer and coupled inductor.
Controllable power supply for LED lighting
Morávek, Petr ; Pavlík, Michal (referee) ; Boušek, Jaroslav (advisor)
This thesis deals with the description of artificial light sources, that use light-emitting diodes for their operation. Further down, the parameters of LEDs and their emissions are detailed. The work follows with the characterization of principles of LED power regulation. In the practical section, an example of one of the possible LED light source topologies, is designed. The offered solution includes the options to manually and automatically regulate the chromaticity of emitted light. Functionality of the solution was verified experimentally.
Remote temperature monitoring system
Gál, Radek ; Boušek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Pavlík, Michal (advisor)
This project describes the design of a system for remote temperature monitoring of stored a more commodities quantity for the horse-breeding. The main task of this system is the early alert before the fire developed to the spontaneous combustion and continuous monitoring of the quality and safety this commodities. The main module communicates with several autonomous temperature sensors, which are located in multiplie locations. The measured values can be stored on an internal memory, displayed on the display and transmitted with the Ethernet network to the client computer, where it is possible this temperatures to view with in the user program and graphs.
Intelligent control of train track model
Prokš, Jiří ; Hégr, Ondřej (referee) ; Pavlík, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is design of elements intelligent control of train track model. The first part of the thesis is focused on principle of data communication. It explains what it is data communication and how it works out. Practical part of the thesis is focused on designe of communication. Data communication is realized by infrared radiation. Practical part describes the funcional parts of system and their design, such as: control part, receiver and transmitter, switching elements and h-bridge. Properties of elements specialize for model of railway are considered in design. Summary of the design’s parameters, use, advantages and disadvantages are described at the end of this thesis.
Wireless sensor network
Beneš, Vladimír ; Pavlík, Michal (referee) ; Bohrn, Marek (advisor)
The bachelor thesis describes the design and implementation of wireless sensor network for temperature measurement. Network have to meet requirements for multi-hop network-type. That means, the sensor unit is out of the range, information about the measured temperature will be transfer between sensors. The sensor that is in range of the control unit and will have saved data from multiple sites, to transmit all the data controller. The sensors and the control unit are controlled by a microcontroller and a battery-powered for better mobility. The transfer of measurement data uses free zone for short-range devices - 433 MHz.
Intelligent control of train track model
Prokš, Jiří ; Bohrn, Marek (referee) ; Pavlík, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is design of elements intelligent control of train track model. The first part of the thesis is focused on principle of data communication. It explains principle data communication, modulation and interference. Practical part of the thesis is focused on designe of communication. Data communication is realized by infrared radiation. Practical part describes the funcional parts of system and their design, such as: control part, receiver and transmitter, switching elements and h-bridge. At the and of this thesis is described of control software. Properties of elements specialize for model of railway are considered in design. Summary of the design’s parameters, use, advantages and disadvantages are described at the end of this thesis.

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