ADALM-PLUTO

Description

The ADALM-PLUTO Active Learning Module (PlutoSDR) is an easy-to-use tool available from Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) that can be used to introduce fundamentals of software-defined radio (SDR) or radio frequency (RF) or communications as advanced topics in electrical engineering in a self- or instructor-led setting. The PlutoSDR allows students to better understand the real-world RF around them, and is applicable for all students at all levels, from all backgrounds. Early learning in a hands-on manner with the PlutoSDR will ensure a solid foundation for students to build on as they pursue science, technology, or engineering degrees.

The PlutoSDR Active Learning Module is a tool that closes the relationship between theory and practical radio frequency activities of the user. It provides a personal portable lab that, when used with a host, can augment the learning that takes place in the classroom. A variety of software packages such as MATLAB or Simulink provide an innovative graphical user interface (GUI), allowing intuitive usage and minimizing the learning curve, enabling students to learn faster, work smarter, and explore more!

Key Highlights

  • Portable, cost-effective, self-contained RF learning and experimentation platform
  • Based on Analog Devices® AD9363 highly integrated RF agile transceiver and Xilinx Zynq® Z-7010 FPGA
  • RF coverage from 325 MHz to 3.8 GHz, with up to 20 MHz of instantaneous bandwidth
  • One transmitter and one receiver, half or full duplex
  • MATLAB® and Simulink® support
  • HDL Coder targeting support

You can read the complete article on Adalm Pluto on MATLAB Digest

AICTE Asks Students Not To Take Summer Internships In Other Organisations.

 

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has asked its affiliated institutes to instruct students to not take up summer internships in other organisations.

If you’re a college student affected by coronavirus, time to start your online summer training at home.

 

 

AICTE has also asked the institutes to provide their students internships in which they can work from home. This advise from the technical education regulator comes as the country is on lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Students take summer internships during this time of the year where they engage in real-time projects.

“#AICTE directs all its Approved Institutes to instruct students NOT to take up any Summer #Internships outside organizations. Instead colleges/institutes should give challenging problems as #internship which can be done #FromHome,” the Council’s first tweet reads.

 

 

 

For some students in India & US, school’s and colleges are already out for the summer — sort of. A growing number of colleges and universities around the country are canceling in-person classes and asking students to leave campus as a precaution to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Some, like Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Berea College, have asked students to vacate campus for the rest of the semester. Others, like the University of Washington and The Ohio State University, are moving their classes online for a few weeks while they continue to monitor the situation.

 

 

Summer Training Programme 2020

 

BAJA Tutor in association with DIYguru will be conducting BAJA Summer Training 2020, Program on “BAJA ATV Design & Manufacturing” for mBAJA and eBAJA at selected locations in India.

Training Duration : 16 Days

Training Venue :

Hyderabad

Delhi

Pune

Training Module :

3 Days – Basics of Automotive Engineering + Vehicle Dynamics
5 Days – Design & Analysis (CATIA + SolidWorks + ANSYS + ADAMS Car + Lotus)
8 Days – Manufacturing of ATV (Re-Engineering + Assembly + Welding + Testing)

Accommodation  Fee : 3,000 Rs

Training Fee : 8000 Rs + Taxes

Certification : Certificate of Industrial Training from PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry India, Maruti Suzuki & DIYguru

No. of seats : 30

Registration Link : Click Here

Contact : bajatutor@gmail.com

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PM Modi Visits Kedarnath In An Extreme 6×6 Polaris ATV

Polaris Ranger was launched in August 2011 and is useful in mountainous areas; also, it was utilised extensively for relief operations when flash floods had hammered the region in 2013.


A pround moment for Polaris when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was transported in the Polaris Ranger 6×6 while visiting the Kedarnath temple on May 3, 2017.

Polaris Ranger was launched in August 2011 and is beneficial in mountainous areas; also, the Polaris Ranger was utilised extensively for relief operations when flash floods had hammered the region in 2013. The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi travelled in a Polaris Ranger 6X6 800 EFI. The Polaris Ranger RZR Side by Side is the only sport utility off-roader which is exclusively built for off-road activities claims the company.

The off-roader is available in four variants: Only Trail (solely for hilly/mountain terrain), Only Sport (for dune-surfing and riding in open spaces), Only 4 Seat (world’s first 4-seater Side by Side) and Only Extreme (Premium performance under all conditions).

The Polaris Ranger 6×6 has the strength to tow 907 kg payload with a capacity of 567kg at the rear dump box. An 800cc twin cylinder powers the off-roader with EFI which produces close to 40bhp of power. The Polaris Ranger 6×6 features an on-demand six-wheel drive with independent suspension with 30.4cm of ground clearance.


PM Narendra Modi’s cavalry usually has an armoured BMW 7 Series that secures him. He has also been a big fan of the Mahindra Scorpio which he used extensively during his term as Gujrat CM.  However, the 7 Series surely cannot go to places that this extreme 6X6 from Polaris can!