DescriptionIn this workshop, students will learn the basic components needed to build a Walkie-Talkie and put them together. A walkie-talkie, also commonly referred to as a handheld transceiver, is a small, portable handheld two-way radio transceiver, enabling voice communication across a specified radial distance without using physical wire connections to the devices. Objectives: Learn the basic components needed to build a Walkie-Talkie and how to put them together. Build a walkie-talkie. This workshop will also explain the radio waves and radio communications from A-Z. The students will build their own set of real, operational walkie-talkies. This workshop is open ONLY for WEP2021 students who are currently on campus.
Dr. Shen is a KAUST alumni (MS'13, PhD'17) and the co-founder of SaNoor Technologies. He published over 70 research articles related to the device and system technology for free-space and underwater optical communications. His underwater IoT network technology was awarded the 2019 Nokia Open Innovation Challenge (NOIC) and presented at Nokia HQ at Finland. His work has received global highlights, such as in SPIE, Semiconductor Today, EE Times Europe, Rochester Business Journal, Communications of ACM etc.
Jie Hu is the project manager and electronic engineer at SaNoor Technologies. She received the Master of Science degree in Instrumentation from The China University of Geoscience. With over 6 years working experience in electronic system development and project management, she is responsible for communication system design and manufacturing. Prior joining SaNoor, Jie worked at China General Nuclear Power Group as an electronic engineer, and at Kardinal Science and Technology (Beijing) as a project manager. She received engineering trainings in digital circuit design, PCB layout, embedded system development, CPLD, programming, and communication protocols.
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