Projects and papers

Giving back to the Web  

Part of what I have learned from working on projects is collecting resources quickly.  Examples, references, and tutorials are plentiful on the Web. In completing my projects, I have used the Web for learning and examples.

Now that I have something to contribute, I thought I would give back. Here are some projects I've worked on that could help others in the IT or electronics field.



Projects in 2004

PUC ITSS Text Utility program, PITU (Author: marks).
Language: C# .NET; Decription: Batch merge, change page margins, change font, and print Rich Text Files (RTFs).    Download: PUC ITSS Text Utility program Source: pitu source

Email converter written in Perl (Author: dcregal)
Perl script - converting email addresses from MS Outlook's format to a new format

Practical guide to PUC's UniData (Colleague) database (Author: dcregal)
UniData database manual

Ethernet Card (for a MSX computer)

Our Ethernet card


Electrical Engineer Banana Enterprises Team

In order to graduate from UF's Electrical Engineering BS program, students have to design, test, and fabricate electronic device. It is not enough to show a working design on paper. In order to get an "A" in the class, the electronic device has to be shown to work. Ours did.

Senior Design report - custom Ethernet card (MS Word, 1.76 MB)

Senior Design report - custom Ethernet card (HTML)

Project Pictures

Other School Projects    

Computer Networks

Paper written for class.
VPN Survey and Win2K (IEEE format, MS Word, 371 KB)

VoIP (Voice over IP) - class project

VoIP - Free long distance. Concept of remote call-in system. The PC can be dialed into from any telephone and then, in the other city, the other PC will dial-out to any telephone.

More on VoIP
Project website - PhoniGators
VoIP Report - Full thesis paper (MS Word, 1.4 MB)
VoIP Report - IEEE format and no diagrams (PDF, 180 KB)

The VoIP system would provide free long distances calls over the Internet. Not just a computer-to-computer conversation (like NetMeeting or MSNmessenger provides), but a remote call-in system that works from anywhere there is a telephone.



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