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Fiber Optic Transmitter. Electrical Department. Performance Against Goals. Goal: To assemble and build a working Fiber Optic Transmitter. To work as a team. Complete assigned activity’s on schedule. Actual performance towards goal:

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Fiber optic transmitter

Fiber Optic Transmitter

Electrical Department

Performance against goals
Performance Against Goals

  • Goal: To assemble and build a working Fiber Optic Transmitter.

    • To work as a team.

    • Complete assigned activity’s on schedule.

  • Actual performance towards goal:

    • With team work the assigned activity’s were successfully completed and turned in on schedule.

Key activity s to be completed
Key activity’s to be completed

  • The Fiber Optic Transmitter Project took 15 weeks to complete.

  • Each week a different activity was assigned to be completed.

  • Each team member would contribute to the completion of that weeks activity.

Key milestone s
Key Milestone’s

  • Week One:

    • Introduction to PCB Layout:

    • Class discussed software choice’s for project ( Smart works or CAD)

  • Week Two:

    • Assigned Teams and project

      • Selected Team Members Eric Vega, Dana Roscoe, Bill Leinauer, Derek Beck

Key milestone s1
Key Milestone’s

  • Week Three:

    • Introduction to PC Layout 23000.

      • Using Smart works to complete this activity.

      • Familiarize ourselves with the software.

      • Breadboard transmitter

Key milestone s2
Key Milestone’s

  • Week Four, Five and Six.

    • Hand draw schematic wiring diagram on .2 grid paper

    • Compare each team members schematics.

      • Least jumpers

      • Size of proposed PC board.

      • Location of components.

      • Redraw selected and improved design on Electronic Workbench.

Key milestone s3
Key Milestone’s

  • Week Seven

    • PCB Layout on Smart works

    • 2X Plot on B size vellum

Key milestone s4
Key Milestone’s

  • Week Eight ( A critical part of project)

    • Compare Electronic Workbench schematic to completed smart work schematic.

    • Check for right chips, designators, leads and proper wiring.

    • Color each connection with different colors to ensure correct connections.

Key milestone s5
Key milestone’s

  • Week Nine

    • After making sure all connections are correct, duplicate schematic onto smart works.

    • Plot actual schematic on Mylar.

    • Mylar will be used to etch PC board.

Key milestone s6
Key Milestone’s

  • Week Ten

    • Use Excel to make a parts list

      • Must include all required materials .

      • Reference designators, part and description, quantity,identification number, value, tolerance and ratings.

Key milestones
Key Milestones

  • Week 11

    • Complete a drill plan.

      • Use Excel to designate a symbol for each drill size.

      • List the amount of holes needed for each drill size.

      • Indicate location on smart work diagram.

Key milestones1
Key Milestones

  • Week 12

    • Etch board

    • Drill pads

    • Decide type of enclosure for project

Key milestones2
Key Milestones

  • Week 13

    • Soldering devices and jumpers.

Key milestones3
Key Milestones

  • Week 14

    • Troubleshooting and final checks

Finished product

Fiber Optic Transmitter

Receives parallel data from prolog and sends it over fiber in a serial form to the receiver.

By using fiber the transmit rate is limited by the devices at both ends.

Finished Product