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Submitting a Lab project

To submit an idea for a project, it should have:

  1. intended audience (First year, 4th year, Masters, etc)
  2. prerequisite understanding needed to complete the lab
  3. what is to be covered, what the student will learn
  4. the ADI part(s) that the lab will be based around
  5. hardware required (scope, spectrum analyser, ADI Eval board, etc).
  6. time to complete lab

There are many good outlines for labs:

Following any of those, or your own format is acceptable. When you create a submission, a blank outline will come up which is our suggested format. If you want to depart from that - feel free. You can see what the template looks like here.

To enter and participate, follow these steps:

  1. create an account on the wiki, and login. See the main page.
  2. edit the Team List page, adding your team to the list.
  3. click on your Team Name. You will be directed to a non existing page, associated with your team.
  4. click CREATE THIS PAGE.
  5. edit the page. Type in text, upload files and/or images.
  6. after uploading a file or image, click the file name, to link it to your page.
  7. save the page.
  8. If you need hardware, and your idea is a good one, ADI will send you the ADI parts, or Eval boards to use in your lab.
  9. Complete the lab (on your wiki page)
  10. Complete the video (on youtube, adding the link into the wiki page)
  11. Get judged, and the if you are selected as the winning team, win the prize!

For contest deadlines, see the main page.

For full contest rules, see the official_rules.

If you have questions, you can check out the virtual classroom