University of South Florida
Professors at the University of South Florida developed a sub-based nutrient sensor using a high speed flash lamp based cell, which required the help of Occam Technology Group for hardware designs.
This design required hardware/firmware development and 80 MHz analog sensor conditioning, digital signal processing and validation.
Occam Technology Group performed hardware/firmware design and development of an 80 MHz synchronous flash lamp based pulse sampling system for the detection of nutrient within ocean water.
We developed a system that utilizes a 68HC16 controller, high-speed AtoD and FIFO/FPGA for sampling and storage.
- Design engineering
- Firmware engineering
- Hardware Development