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I am an engineering student ,at present doing my 4th semester(2nd year) in eee(electrical and electronics engineering).I have to take a study oriented project(SOP) for my 5th semester.Can anyone suggest me with some good electronics projects (research oriented as it is a sop) which i can undertake as my sop.
The eee courses which i have studied so far are:
1) electrical sciences1-subject dealing with circuit analysis ,diodes,transistors(including mosfets)..
2)electrical sciences2-dealing with basic electricals..transformers,dc,synchronous machines etc..
3)microprocessor programming and interfacing- indepth study of 8085 microprocessor..
4)circuit and signals-signal in discrete and analog form,discretisation using sampling,fourier and laplace transform,various type of filters....

i am particularly interested in signal processing ...
i have tried googling but am not able to find a project appropriate for my level...
 

crutschow

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Make an adjustable audio tone control (bass and treble) using a signal processor DSP chip.
 
as i told before, i need a project which is research oriented..i doesnt have to submit a working model but a theoritical report ..for that i need to find some field where signal processing can be useful ...please suggest me on that area...
 

Sceadwian

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If you can't think of a field that can take advantage of DSP on your own that is seriously sad. I don't mean to offend but there is almost no field that CAN'T take advantage of a DSP's abilities in some fashion.
 

tresca

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Often the best projects are ones that can help you in some way. If they can help you, then in most cases, it may help someone else as well.
 
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