Investigation of System Performance of a Real-Time Embedded System with Ambient Temperature Adaptive Power Constraint

Undergraduate researchers: John Wilson

Professor researchers: Dr. J. Zhang


In this proposal we will develop an experimental real-time embedded system with ambient temperature adaptive power constraint. The embedded system is based on a DSP controller TMS320F2812 and designed by considering the applications in an electrical passenger vehicle. The primary goal of the proposal is to investigate the system performance of the real-time embedded system when the power is constrained adaptively with the ambient temperature.

Current Undergraduate Involvement:

The undergraduate researcher is involved in the development and experiments of the system.

Grant awards: ADHE SURF, $2,650, 2006 – 2007.