Submitted by AlaaUnbushe Mohamd Khadra MohamadSamer Al-Sakka Nageeb Houkan
Project Supervisors Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hanna Jarmoukly MSc. Eng. Sameeh Al-Akeel
ABSTRACT : The purpose of our project is to designed and implement a wireless optical transmitter and receiver system that established a data and audio communication, In addition, this project also proposed laser communication at certain angle which is a new solution or techniques to undertaken the characteristic of light that propagates in a straight line although the signal is very low or weak over long distance. The light communication system can work successfully within in distance up to 10 meters and sensitivity angle of the photodiode at receiver that view the laser light coming from the transmitter so this project have three topics to be implemented “data which is digital signal, voice which is analog signals, alignment angle and acceptance angle” .
The project has a lot of application may be developed such as military apps and civil apps which use the free space and direct light to be spared.
This project is successfully improved the transmission distance and signal coverage area effectively with low cost of hardware.
Submitted by Ahmad Almdwar Mohammad Kalash Mahmoud Al Khatib Mohammad Al Batarni
Project Supervisors Dr. Nawaf Taweel Eng. Said Arfi
ABSTRACT : The purpose of this project is to simulate and design the circuits of an Instrument Landing System ILS “marker beacons”. This will give the ability to determine the position of a landing aircraft during Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC),such as reduced visibility due to fog, rain, or blowing snow to enable a safe landing to an aircraft approaching a runway. The position is given by three markers which are located on the ground with a specified distance before the threshold of the runway (according to application of the airport).
This project contains modulation, demodulation, power circuits, antenna, and a micro-controller for coding/decoding according to each marker.
Submitted by Jehad Dopoj Musaab Ibrahim Asaad Ghannam Rami Audi Khaled Othman
Project Supervisors Dr. Samir Shreba Eng. Ahmad Jarbou
ABSTRACT :Huge demand for new services in cellular systems led engineers and professionals to improve networks and magnetisms to achieve people needs and improve their work.
UMTS is one of the most important steps in cellular systems that motivate us to study its concepts and characteristic and try to simulate them by Matlab GUIs.
In our project we focus on the characteristics of the UMTS and the most important cosepts that differ from second generation of mobile system which is CDMA, HANDOVER and POWER CONTROLE
Submitted by Hasan Al-Hameed Al-Humr Mohammad Zaitoneh Joumana Kassam Joelle Hanna
Project Supervisor : Dr. Hanna Jarmoukly
ABSTRACT:This project idea started with an educational concept. No one will argue that a laser scanner is state of the art, and more accurate. But this project aim was to learn how to use simple components as low cost sensors, using the components and devices available in the market, and to build the scanner at the lowest cost possible.
2D Scanner is a contact scanner, in which a probe touches the outer dimension of the scanned object, consequently measuring its external dimensions.
The basic idea was to fix the scanned object on a rotating platform, measuring the outer surface. Then rotating the platform one step, using a stepper motor, measuring the outer dimension again, and repeating this step until, the whole outer dimension is scanned. This phase, would finish the scanning process. And the collected data is stored in the scanner memory. But it will not enable a visual representation of the scanned object. Which is normally expected.
To visualize the scanned object, a computer was used to draw the outer perimeter of the scanned object. To achieve that, the stored data is transferred to the computer usingRS232 connection, then the computer has to calculate the errors due to the measurement process, then, the X and Y of each point. Finally, to draw and connect all the points.
Submitted by Mouhmad Alhadidi Abdullah Harara Bana Mercho Mouhmad Alsharouh Housam Alsmman
Project Supervisor Dr.Nawaaf AL Taweel Eng.Said AL Arfi
ABSTRACT :Uda Yagi antenna design for transmit or receive electromagnetic energy the at 500 MHz resonance frequency and 40Mhz bandwidth and its directional antenna consisting of multiple parallel elements in a line in a half-wave long consist of a single driven element connected to the transmitter or receiver with a transmission line, and reflector and four directors supported on a boom(6 elements ) we designed the Yagi , test it , take the measurements and simulations it by using antenna magus.