PyRPL turns your Red Pitaya into a powerful analog feedback device.
The Red Pitaya is a commercial, affordable FPGA board with fast analog inputs and outputs. This makes it useful for quantum optics experiments, in particular as a digital feedback controller for analog systems. Based on the open source software provided by the board manufacturer, PyRPL (Python RedPitaya Lockbox) implements many devices that are needed for optics experiments with the Red Pitaya. PyRPL implements various digital signal processing (DSP) modules (see features below). It allows to arbitrarily interconnect the available DSP modules and retrieve signal values on timescales below 1 ms. The graphical user interface (GUI) provides a realtime display of the various measurement instruments and allows the easy configuration of DSP signal chains and feedback controllers. At the highest abstraction level, arbitrary feedback sequences can be defined to fulfill tasks as complex as approaching and locking a resonance of a high-finesse Fabry-Perot cavity (tested up to finesse=100,000).
a package with useful scripts for X-ray diffraction physicists
xrayutilities is a python package used to analyze x-ray diffraction data. It can support with performing diffraction experiments and used for common steps in the data analysis. It can read experimental data from several data formats (spec, edf, xrdml, ...); convert them to reciprocal space for arbitrary goniometer geometries and different detector systems (point, linear as well as area detectors); for further processing the data can be gridded (transformed to a regular grid). More detailed description as well as documentation can be found at webpage http://xrayutilities.sourceforge.io/. Downloads for windows can be found on http://pypi.python.org/pypi/xrayutilities Development is performed on github: https://github.com/dkriegner/xrayutilities
The sigrok project aims at creating portable, cross-platform, Open-Source logic analyzer software that supports various hardware products. The sigrok+ project is a fork of the great sigrok project, with added support for oscilloscopes.
NetStress is a DDoS and network stress testing tool.
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The data elaborator is a new project to manage scientific data
This program can make histograms, table and graphics of datas, study the error propagation during a measure, it is usefull if you have to do study errors propagations. The output are latex files, so it is easy for you just put them into your relations.
Quadruped robot with simulator control software
MoViT: The Mobile Network Virtualized Testbed
MoViT is a distributed software suite for the virtualization of mobile wireless networks. MoViT provides researchers and developers with a virtualized environment for developing and testing mobile applications and protocols for any hardware and software platform that can be virtualized. The distributed nature of MoViT allows for the emulation of mobile networks of arbitrary size. Additionally, the network connectivity is shaped transparently such that the connectivity observed by each virtual node resembles that of a physical mobile network.
Acronym for camera light sensor. A python program that calculates ambient brightness and sets screen's correct backlight using a camera.
A 2.4 GHz wireless development board suitable for Bluetooth experimentation. Open source hardware and software. This project has moved to GitHub - https://github.com/greatscottgadgets/ubertooth
ACP245 Suite: Brazil Telematics protocol implementation
This "suite" includes a portable reference implementation and testing tools for ACP245, the automotive Telematics protocol defined by Brazil government. see: http://www.denatran.gov.br/simrav/simrav.asp
Remotely monitor and control a network.
OM Open-source multimeter is a hobby project of mine which is intended to do a multimeter's job and measure volt,ampere,ohm,capacitance and ... . the features would be high precision,plotting,computer connectivity,and of course being open source.
A Deliberately Non-Object-Oriented Python Interface to COMEDI
aka: Schlang - A Deliberately Non-Object-Oriented Python Interface to COMEDI COMEDI datatypes and functions are replicated though this interface using the Python ctypes library. This allows the user to interface directly with comedi-lib though the comfortable interface of a Python interpreter.Object-Orientation of the interface is deliberately not provided so the coding style will loosely mimic C -- in this way, Schlang can be used to prototype and debug complex programs that will later be written in C.
Accelerometer-based wireless wind and rain sensor.
This is a university project that aims to create a partial weather sensor (rain + wind) using just one accelerometer (LIS302DL), a PIC (18f2520), two ZigBee 802.15.4 modules and a PC.
The sigrok project aims at creating a portable, cross-platform, Free/Libre/Open-Source signal analysis software suite that supports various device types, such as logic analyzers, MSOs, oscilloscopes, multimeters, LCR meters, sound level meters, thermometers, anemometers, light meters, dataloggers, function generators, power supplies, GPIB interfaces, and more.
Electronics schematics, PCB images, firmware and documentation to create and deploy a network of ecology related sensors.
A Python GUI, firmware in c, and schematics for a simple USB-powered device that sets and reads voltages from, and powers, a circuit under test.