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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $80 - Posted
We run an education technology accelerator. We are interested in a company that allows engineers to write online scripts, solve math problems and provides a database of template code for future engineers to use. I am not an engineer and would like a product comparison from someone who is. A comparison of these 4 products, plus any you use: Mathfreeon Sensio MatLab Mathmatica by Wolfram Contents: Product overview of each product Core features of each product For what use cases you would be most likely to use each product What can each product do that the others cannot not How easy are they to use? Cloud or download? Is this important to you? why? Comparative Prices Your overall assessment. I can give logins to MathFreeOn, the others you will need to have or source yourself.
Skills: Mathematica Data Analytics MATLAB
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
I want Mutual Coupling Compensation in the design of Large Phased Array Antennas using Matlab or Mathcad. My requirements are as follows; The Matlab/Mathcad Code, when executed, should fulfill the following Requirements: The frequency used will be 2.8GHz and the Bandwidth is 250-300 MHz and the spacing between the dipole elements will be equal to <<λ/2 to 0.6 λ. Where λ=c/f (c = the speed of light and f = given frequency i-e. 2.8 GHz) 1) It should ask the user about the dimensions of the Dipole Antenna Array (No. of Rows and No. of Columns) (N X N). 2) It should also ask the user about the dimensions (Length and width of Dipole) of each Dipole Element of the Antenna Array. 3) It should then compute the Z-Parameters(Impedance) of each Dipole Element of the Array with respect to all the other Dipole Elements sequentially. 4) The Z-Parameter(Impedance) contains one real part(Resistance) and one imaginary part(reactance) i-e. Z = R + jΩ. 5) Then the code should be able to minimize the Reactance part (jΩ) of each Dipole elements in the Array iteratively to the zero value by adjusting the length of Antenna Dipole Elements accordingly. 6) Then the code should give us the new value of Z-Parameter with zero Reactance values and also the new Lengths of Dipole elements with respect to the zero reactance’s of each Dipole elements in the Array. 7) This code should be interactive. User should be able to make Dipole array of any size and dimensions. 8) At initial stage, I want you to make 1X8 and then 2X4 Antenna arrays to test out all the requirements of the project. At later stages, I will expand the project accordingly.
Skills: Mathematica 3D Modeling Algorithms MathCad
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
Hello, I have a Mathematica project, wherein I need to transcribe a research paper into Mathematica. I have two options for you. ... A) You can choose to read, summarize and then transcribe the entire paper into Mathematica. [Including the pictures and equations given in the paper] Or B) I can summarize the paper for you and You'll just have to help me insert the pictures, as well as, equations given in the original paper into the Mathematica notebook. ... [Including the pictures and equations given in the paper] Or B) I can summarize the paper for you and You'll just have to help me insert the pictures, as well as, equations given in the original paper into the Mathematica notebook. You can choose either option and we can discuss the price accordingly.
Skills: Mathematica