Electronics lab

Infrastructure

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Natural Sciences

Type of infrastructure

  • Equipment

Description

The electronics lab monitors the development of new technologies and devices for the commercial market and identifies components that might be interesting for research in Biology. We have facilities to develop prototypes and to modify or develop equipment suitable for different research projects. The main areas of activity are sensor systems, radio tracking, radar technology, GPS, signal processing, energy harvesting and optical tracking methods.

Equipment and resources

The technical lab is equipped with modern measurement instruments like magnetometers, radio/optical spectrum analyzers, data loggers, oscilloscopes, protocol analyzers and different signal sources. We have got electronics simulators, modern CAD software and software development tools for several microcontroller platforms. The lab has soldering equipment, a large array of precision tools, and a basic mechanical workshop to be able to manufacture prototypes and service equipment. In our lab we have prototyping kits for several different microcontroller families.

Services provided

We develop devices with different kinds of environmental sensors, for example temperature, acceleration, gyro, magnetometers, light meters. Some of the more advanced sensors are based on MEMS technology. We also support radio tracking, radar, GPS and energy harvesting systems.

Management of the infrastructure

This is a part of Biology Department

Available for loan

Available for loan - internal only

Terms of access:

The lab and its services are currently available primarily to the Biology Department

Recent research outputs

Lars Anders Hansson, Mattias K. Ekvall, Liang He, Zhongqiang Li, Marie Svensson, Pablo Urrutia-Cordero & Huan Zhang, 2020 Oct, In: Limnology and Oceanography. 65, 10, p. 2328-2336 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Pablo Urrutia-Cordero, Huan Zhang, Fernando Chaguaceda, Hong Geng & Lars Anders Hansson, 2020 Jul, In: Ecology. 101, 7, e03025.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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