I was an ex-student of Nanyang Polytechnic in Singapore in 2009 while studying a short course in Embedded Systems programming including FPGA (ESDP). The course was a Specialist Diploma in Embedded Systems. It was conducted part-time. I was awarded a Specialist Diploma in Embedded Systems from Nanyang Polytechnic in Singapore in December 2009. The course was for 9 months.
Chan Junt Hoong (Nanyang Polytechnic-Specialist Diploma in Embedded Systems)
Movie of SRAM Controller Project done in Nanyang Polytechnic & in my HDB office
In the days before the final report, I wrote the code on the final project know as SRAM Controller myself based on the course including the course materials relating to counting up and restarting. My final project was done with a partner and I and him compared and showed each other our projects though my was working partially. My partner’s idea was a better idea and his was selected to represent our final project. This project is a FPGA project utilising the ALTERA chipset and VHDL in programming. The idea was a counter moving up just as in the course material. The source code is available with me and can be available to all if you write to me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recently, I heard via rumours and whispers that in FPGA complex programming, I have come across something very strange, I am having doubts about it, but it involves occult and blood and DNA(including sperms from a human). It involves fixing the interconnections of the FPGA which are not able to be connected using this occult method. And the end result is a human brain in a FPGA chip. An FPGA chip controlled by the human brain? This is very evil if it exists. The brain eventually burns out after a while and a new brain has to be replaced by having sexual intercourse. It involves the sperm fixing back the brain again for a while as the sperm is brain material. Is there any truth in this or is it a rumour? Can anyone comment on this or place comments in writing in my blog or send me an email if this is true, just to check? My blog is http://engineeeringcomputerworks.com/blog and my email is email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. I have access to the DSP magazines in IEEE and it shows all kinds of reports that seems to show the brain of a human, currently in the latest issue.
IEEE SPECTRUM Magazine advertisment of the past placed in IEEE SPECTRUM November 2015 on Beam Power Amplifier Tubes or Operational Amplifiers of the past. The article mentions briefly in the 1930’s and 1940’s, Unites States of America and the Radio Corporation of America had amateur radio operators and ham-radio operators and has been utilised by English engineer, D.T.N. Williamson in 1947. These tubes are still made by Russia and China and are available to audiophiles and people all over the world.
Junt Hoong Chan worked on the Operational Amplifier as his research project for his final year thesis in 1997 at the University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom. During the research into Operational Amplifiers, I found that the Amplifiier Tubes were utilised in the past as Operational Amplifiers. They were utilised in the war in 1939 – 1945 by the German army in calculations and trajectory and to fire weapons, for example, in the Battleship Bismark and Tirpitz and I believe in the whole of the German army then. They are accurate in targetting and trajectory calculations of the era then. Are they still utilised today? Japan once had a Mikoyan MIG-25 Foxbat that landed on it’s shores. It was examined and it was found that they utilised these Amplifier Tubes or Operational Amplifiers. For a Plane that could perform at Mach 3 the Speed of Sound, utilising Amplifier Tubes, it’s a super achievement then. Thank you all for the time in reading this small article. It was part of the understanding then during my research into a Power Electronics Project utilising Operational Amplifiers. From Junt Hoong Chan MIET MIEEE CEng.
IET(Formerly know as IEE)’s magazine’s cover in December 2015 showing a new DIY culture in electronics. The image is in the server in the Engineering and Computer Works website. Please click on the link to download and view the front cover of IET’s December 2015 Magazine. The complete article Changing_the_world_one_maker_at_a_time_from_IET.pdf is placed in the server. Please click on the link to download.http://engineeeringcomputerworks.com/Changing_the_world_one_maker_at_a_time_from_IET.pdf