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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
Stop Voleur is a connected wearable which prevent the loss and the theft of smartphones. Hung to a watch, a bracelet, a bag or a jacket, Stop Voleur is connected via Bluetooth to your smartphone and triggers an alarm as soon as it is spirited away from you. The further you are, the louder the alarm is. Thus, in case of theft, the robber is forced to give up the phone and leave shamefully. In the event of loss or omission, you are immediately notified by the alarm and just have to pick up your favorite item.
Skills: Electronic Workbench 3D Printing Bluetooth Circuit Design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,500 - Posted
We are paying for written application notes based on our configurable mixed signal ICs, integrated power switches or crystal replacement ICs. These parts are very versatile so there are many applications that they can be designed for. The application note should be a 1000-3500 word technical white paper describing an application and how it uses the SIlego part. Writer will be responsible for generating the content as well as writing the app note. · 1k-1.5k word manuscript + 2 figures: $750 · 2k-3.5k word manuscript + 3 figures: $1,500 We have many topics that we can suggest for this or you can suggest your own for approval. Examples of topics include: Using GreenPak to generate a strain gauge, using GreenPak to create a salinity sensor, creating synchronous state machine with the Asynchronous state machine block in GPAK. Here are some examples of app notes that were done in the past: http://www.silego.com/softdoc/app_notes.html Please let me know if this is something you would be interested in doing.
Skills: Electronic Workbench Electrical engineering Electronic Design