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Students in the Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Software Engineering programs work on projects for their multidisciplinary capstone design courses in the Electrical, Computer, Software, and Systems Engineering (ECSSE) Capstone Design Lab. 

ECSSE Capstone Design Laboratory

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Students in the Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Software Engineering programs work on projects for their multidisciplinary capstone design courses in the Electrical, Computer, Software, and Systems Engineering (ECSSE) Capstone Design Lab. The lab is an 1,100-square-foot space equipped with state-of-the-art technology and arranged to support team projects.

ECSSE capstone design, the culmination of the several degree programs, is as real-world like as possible, involving several coordinated subgroups in the design and build of a large-scale system using industrial design and development processes and standards. Recent projects have included The Birdinator, an autonomous vehicle that scares wildlife away from airport runways; Eagle Eye, a tracking antenna for low earth orbit satellites; several IEEE SoutheastCon Hardware Competition entrants; a mobile robot controlled by a virtual reality headset; and a search-and-rescue system involving a quadcopter and an autonomous ground vehicle.

The ECSSE Capstone Design Lab features the following equipment and software:

  • 12 Dell Precision T3500 computers with 2.8GHz Intel Xeon processors
  • 4 Tektronix TLA 611 logic analyzer
  • 2 TDS 2014 digital storage oscilloscope
  • 1 TDS 224 digital storage oscilloscope
  • 5 Stanford Research Systems DS335 function generators
  • 2 Tektronic TM503A function generator, power supply, and digital multimeter bench units
  • Fluke 114 multimeters
  • 3 Weller WES51 soldering stations
  • 2 MBT PPS 85A soldering stations
  • LPKF ProtoMat S103
  • Power supplies
  • Breadboards

The lab also includes a circuit board milling station (LPKF ProtoMat S103) supporting rapid turn-around manufacturing for a variety of labs and projects.

Lab Information

Location: LB 274

Contact Us: To speak to someone about this lab or any of our facilities, call us at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416, or email DaytonaBeach@erau.edu.

Lab Directors: Jianhua Liu and Richard Stansbury

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