A webpage to document and share my open-source software/hardware projects.

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Benchmarking the Beaglebone Black

Two years ago I took a great seminar (graduate class) by Prof. Ayse Coskun (her last name is pronounced “Josh-Kun”) that covered heterogeneous computer architectures, including things like server design incorporating different types of processors and single-die CPUs with multiple architectures on one chip. The Beaglebone Black is a much more exotic CPU than most Continue Reading

Transfer function analysis with Octave/Matlab

I’ve made a short Octave script (Octave is the open source version of Matlab) which helps a person analyze transfer equations, of the form

The control toolbox in Octave is great and offers lots of nice ways to plot a transfer function, including highlighting the poles and zeros in an x-y plane to help Continue Reading

Creating a website

As I work on engineering projects I want to be able to document them publicly and share, both to give back to the open source community and provide a reference point for my own projects beyond my lab notebooks. When I’m searching the web for answers to problems I’m always glad that there are countless Continue Reading