ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECT MANAGEMENT
The project goal was to design and construct a fully working prototype of a 1.3GHz single-ended, single-input, amplifier with a gain higher than 11dB and return losses of less than 10dB at a frequency of 1.3GHz with 100MHz bandwidth.
The amplifier was designed using a Motorola MRF901 Radio Frequency (RF) bipolar transistor on four by six copper-clad board.
As a project manager, I ensured that the project team understood all aspects of the design requirements and their responsibilities by creating the Object and Key Result (OKR) goal system.
Using the CPM scheduling technique, I planned and coordinated activities for the project to ensure the objectives were accomplished within the prescribed time frame.
RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) MODULATION FOR MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (MRI)
The purpose of this project was to create a frequency modulation model to enhance the overall resolution of MRI images by modulating two RF signals: one from the MRI and another default signal from an oscillator.
In this project, two signals generated from ADF4351 oscillators (one representing the frequency from the MRI and another representing the default frequency) were successfully mixed via AD831 mixer, and the resultant frequency was overserved via 100MHz bandwidth oscilloscope.