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Movement detector for IoT network
Beňo, Michal ; Záplata, Filip (referee) ; Herceg, Erik (advisor)
LoRa, LoRaWAN, LPWAN, IoT, STM32, SX1276, MPU9250
Smart digital door lock system using IoT networks
Vitula, Marek ; Kincl, Zdeněk (referee) ; Záplata, Filip (advisor)
This master thesis describes the design of a battery-powered smart lock using IoT networks and NFC technology for user authentication. The first part of the thesis describes the individual components to be used for the device design and also deals with the design of matching circuits and the antenna for the NFC. The following part of the thesis describes the design of the hardware, particularly the design of the printed circuit board. The third part describes the firmware and the final part of the thesis is dedicated to the security analysis.
Software GNSS receiver
Jedlička, Petr ; Bobula, Marek (referee) ; Záplata, Filip (advisor)
The thesis deals with the analysis and the reception of the freely available signals of the navigation satellites in the L1 and E1 bands of the GPS and Galileo systems. The described signal reception sections include the process of the acquisition, the carrier frequency and phase synchronization and tracking, the spreading code phase tracking, the signal demodulation and the channel decoding. The simulation of the entire receiver is performed in MATLAB. The deeply analyzed signal reception component is the one responsible for the carrier phase and frequency synchronization and tracking. In that case, more methods and their comparison are usually listed. The signal reception component, which is responsible for the carrier phase and frequency tracking and the spreading code phase tracking, is also implemented in FPGA.
Resonant switched-mode power supply with PFC
Punar, Jan ; Drda, Václav (referee) ; Záplata, Filip (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on the LLC resonant power supply with power factor correction. The first part of the thesis is focused on a selection of a suitable controller for the control of this source. Here the emphasis is mainly on efficiency and EMC. The thesis also deals with the design of the scheme and the selection of suitable components. The thesis contains the design of the LLC power supply itself and also the power factor correction circuit - PFC.
X-band Earth Observation Satellite Software Defined Receiver
Zedka, Radim ; Bobula, Marek (referee) ; Záplata, Filip (advisor)
Práce se zabývá procesem návrhu digitálního přijímače pro signály družic dálkového průzkumu Země v pásmu X. V první části je uveden seznam družic které umožnují příjem vědeckých dat pomocí amatérských neautorizovaných stanic. Jsou zde vypsány základní signálové parametry některých družic, z nichž EOS-PM-1 je zvolena jako hlavní objekt pro návrh přijímače. Ve druhé části je použit software MATLAB pro simulaci družicového O-QPSK signálu v základním pásmu, mechanizmu kompenzace kmitočtového ofsetu, synchronizaci nosné, symbolové synchronizaci, rámcové synchronizaci a odstranění fázové dvojznačnosti vlivem modulace. Třetí část práce pojednává detailněji o implementaci jednotlivých bloků přijímače do FPGA při použití aritmetky s pevnou řádovou čárkou. Je zde popsána metoda pro verifikaci celého designu v reálném čase a závěrem je zde uvedeno porovnání výsledků měření touto metodou a výsledků simulace.
Antenna a LNA for multiband GNSS receiver
Ondráš, Michal ; Baran, Ondřej (referee) ; Záplata, Filip (advisor)
This project describesa microwave antenna for GNSS and low noise amplifier. Mikrostrip antenna is a modern type of antenna. This mikrostrip antenna is Dual – band antenna with circual polarization. The thesis describes how to make anantenna, what a circular polarization is, whata patch antenna is and what GNSS is. Low noise amplifier amplifies the antenna output signal.
RF Unit for Portable Monitoring Station
Rokos, Lukáš ; Urbanec, Tomáš (referee) ; Záplata, Filip (advisor)
The thesis describes methods for spectrum monitoring, which are used by the Czech telecommunication office. The thesis describes a design of an RF unit for a portable monitoring station and its potential use. The RF unit consists of several devices, which are connected. Devices like an antenna, a rotator, a rotator control unit, coaxial switches, an amplifier and attenuator were chosen as commercially available devices. It is also described, why were these devices chosen. Other devices such as filters, a control unit for the RF unit and a power supply were designed. The RF unit is controlled by a computer. A software for spectrum monitoring contains a graphical user interface for the RF unit control.
HID Touch Pad Reference Design
Děcký, Miroslav ; Záplata, Filip (referee) ; Povalač, Aleš (advisor)
This master’s thesis deals with the draft and design of HID periphery Touchpad. The Kinetis microcontroller produced by NXP, TSI periphery and embedded library NXP Touch are used for the design. The resulting device is connected as USB HID type mouse or trackpad. Hardware part of the project is implemented by whole MCU Kinetis Family on PCBs designed by author, one part also uses evaluation kits NXP Freedom KL25z and KE15z.
SDR Signal Processing for Portable Monitoring Station
Svobodník, Petr ; Záplata, Filip (referee) ; Šebesta, Jiří (advisor)
Goal of this thesis is to develop portable monitoring station for radio spectrum monitoring and its controlling application for use by Czech Telecommunication Office. The station is based on Software Defined Radio (SDR) and capable of monitoring in the range of 1 MHz - 6 GHz. Developed application controls not only the SDR but also the external RF unit (including choice of receiving antenna, filter, optional amplification/attenuation and azimuth of antenna rotator). Measurement processed by computer and displayed graphically in form of spectrum diagram and waterfall diagram. Furthermore, the application will perform spectral measurement in compliance with requirements of International Telecommunication Union. The application is also capable of recording into the file and of analyzing historical data from the previous measurement.
Automatic elevation and azimuth measurement system
Večeřa, Jindřich ; Kasal, Miroslav (referee) ; Záplata, Filip (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis deals with an automatic elevation and azimuth measurement system, which will be used for antenna positioning. It is realized by using magnetometer and accelerometer. Important part of the system is tilt compensation and calibration for selected location. This system will send data to PC and also display them on LCD display. This project contains theory of measured quantities, method choice, component choice, realization of wiring, PCB design, programming device, testing device and accuracy determination.

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