A low-power remote IoT device to sense ultrasonic signals for multiple channel system

In the end of this project, the proposed design will be published in two peer-reviewed journals. Also, the measure the data will be saved and analyzed in the UW-STREAM lab. After the analysis, the data converter speed, the channel selection capability and also the power consumption will be summarized and reported. From those data, both the partner and we can make a commercialized strategy. The desired applications and also the way to integrate the proposed design with the current product can be decided. In conclusion, this design can be commercialized into a product which will help the ocean monitoring consumers build up a dynamic monitoring system.

Faculty Supervisor:

Jean-Francois Bousquet


Ningcheng Gaoding


Springboard Atlantic


Engineering - computer / electrical


Professional, scientific and technical services


Dalhousie University



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