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Development of a Programmable Integrated Switch Matrix (PrISM) through University-Industry Collaboration

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Conference

2015 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition

Location

Seattle, Washington

Publication Date

June 14, 2015

Start Date

June 14, 2015

End Date

June 17, 2015

ISBN

978-0-692-50180-1

ISSN

2153-5965

Conference Session

Instrumentation Division Technical Session 4

Tagged Division

Instrumentation

Page Count

31

Page Numbers

26.525.1 - 26.525.31

DOI

10.18260/p.23864

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https://peer.asee.org/23864

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364

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Baha Jassemnejad Federal Aviation Administration-CNI Airway Syatems Engineering Organization

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Baha Jassemnejad was a Professor of Engineering and Physics and is a senior IEEE member as well as an ABET PEV. He is working as an Electronics Engineer VI for the FAA-Chickasaw Nation Industries, a contractor for National Airway Systems Engineering Organization.

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Igor Ilic University of Central Oklahoma

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Jonathan Ryan Adams

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Full time electrical engineering student, currently working on masters degree.

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Neil Peery CNI Aviation

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Technical Manager, OK Communications Engineering Team, Chickasaw Nations Industries, Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center, Oklahoma City OK (August 2013 - present).
• Leads 60+ contract personnel in providing 2nd level engineering support for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) communications systems through directives, modifications, handbooks, technical issuances, and 24/7 field support.

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Abstract

Virtual Transmission Impairment Measurement Set (VTIMS) as a Senior Design Project for Electrical Engineering majorsIn this project, using Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Engineering Workbench (LabVIEW)software, we designed an analog VTIMS as an alternative to using the commercially availablestand-alone Transmission Impairment Measurement Sets (TIMS). The project was accomplishedby three undergraduate electrical engineering students under the supervision of a faculty advisorand two engineering advisors from the industry that the VTIMS was designed for during the two-semester senior engineering design course sequence. We used the available application VirtualInstruments (VI) library provided in the LabVIEW to custom build the VIs to perform the analogfunctionalities of the stand-alone TIMS. These functionalities include: Single Tone Generation,1004Hz Net Loss measurement, Signal to C-Notched Noise Ratio measurement, Impulse Noisemeasurement, Three Tone Slope Measurement, Attenuation Distortion measurement, 23-ToneSignal generation, Inter-modulation Distortion measurement, and Envelope Delay Distortion. Inaddition to these functionalities, VTIMS has the capability of generating report of the testmeasurements conforming to the industry desired “Interim Technical Performance Report” or“Key Performance Parameters” template and highlight any value outside the tolerable range asdetailed in the IEEE Std 743-1995. The VTIMS application resides in a lap top that is connectedto the network/system under test using an NI USB powered DAQ for the signal transmission anddata acquisition. A simple circuit was also designed, built and incorporated into the dataacquisition system to afford required impedance matching and 2 –to- 4 wire connectivity. TheVTIMS functionalities were examined versus the TIMS; and we concluded that it can be used asan alternative to the TIMS; but more efficient and affordable. In this paper we will detail thedesign and the functionalities of this VTIMS and the benefits of the industry and universitycollaboration in preparing highly skilled engineering work force.

Jassemnejad, B., & Ilic, I., & Adams, J. R., & Peery, N. (2015, June), Development of a Programmable Integrated Switch Matrix (PrISM) through University-Industry Collaboration Paper presented at 2015 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Seattle, Washington. 10.18260/p.23864

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