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You can reach me at bertrik@sikken.nl or bertrik@gmail.com
  
 
Studied Electrical Engineering at Twente University.
 
Studied Electrical Engineering at Twente University.
Love reverse-engineering things (USB stuff, mp3 players).
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Enjoy studying bats and making electronics for recording bat sounds.
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Main interests:
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* reverse-engineering things (USB stuff, mp3 players), working on http://rockbox.org
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* studying bats and making electronics for recording/listening to bat sounds
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* radio stuff, in particular software-defined radio
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Project ideas for 2016:
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* Create an inexpensive CO<sub>2</sub> sensor, using the [http://www.winsen-sensor.com/products/ndir-co2-sensor/mh-z19.html MH-Z19] sensor module (about E22,-) to measure the CO<sub>2</sub> concentration and an ESP8266 (like a WeMos D1 mini board) to push the measurement data over the internet to a MQTT server. Possibly I can use [https://www.esp8266.nu/index.php/ESPEasy ESPEasy] which makes configuration easy (through a web interface), I'd have to add support for this particular sensor.
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* Understand LoRa modulation a bit better, ultimate goal is to create an SDR algorithm to decode LoRa without the need for dedicated LoRa hardware. This could be useful when tracking HABs transmitting LoRa for example. See [[DecodingLora]]
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* play with the Cypress PSOC5 platform, which combines a ARM Cortex-m3 processor with configurable analog blocks. I'm thinking of combining it with a 24 GHz doppler radar sensor, to process the signal and present it as a USB audio device (stereo signal contains I and Q parts). See [[RadarOnAStick]].
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Project ideas:
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* Create a 'HabAlert' android app, see [[HabAlertApp]]
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* Experiment with an ESP8266 serial-wifi module, WiFiBat project plan:
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** attach an ESP8266 to a migrating bat/cat/hedge-hog/marten/etc and program it to record a list of wifi APs every day, so the location over time can be determined from the AP-list (use Mozilla geolocation service to convert from AP-list to location), main challenge: keep weight and power consumption low. See my [[EspWifiTracker]] project.

Latest revision as of 18:26, 27 July 2016

User info Bertrik Sikken
Name Bertrik Sikken
Nick bertrik
Tagline heb ik niet

You can reach me at bertrik@sikken.nl or bertrik@gmail.com

Studied Electrical Engineering at Twente University.


Main interests:

  • reverse-engineering things (USB stuff, mp3 players), working on http://rockbox.org
  • studying bats and making electronics for recording/listening to bat sounds
  • radio stuff, in particular software-defined radio


Projects I work(ed) on (refresh):

 Project Status
CO2MeterHackingCompleted
SecureIButtonCompleted
DecodingLoraIn progress
EncodingLoraIn progress
EspWifiTrackerIn progress
LoraWanNodeIn progress
RevRadioIn progress
HabAlertAppInitializing
RadarOnAStickInitializing
FrontDoorDisplayStalled
LaserCutterUsageCounterStalled
SolarBatLightStalled


Project ideas for 2016:

  • Create an inexpensive CO2 sensor, using the MH-Z19 sensor module (about E22,-) to measure the CO2 concentration and an ESP8266 (like a WeMos D1 mini board) to push the measurement data over the internet to a MQTT server. Possibly I can use ESPEasy which makes configuration easy (through a web interface), I'd have to add support for this particular sensor.
  • Understand LoRa modulation a bit better, ultimate goal is to create an SDR algorithm to decode LoRa without the need for dedicated LoRa hardware. This could be useful when tracking HABs transmitting LoRa for example. See DecodingLora
  • play with the Cypress PSOC5 platform, which combines a ARM Cortex-m3 processor with configurable analog blocks. I'm thinking of combining it with a 24 GHz doppler radar sensor, to process the signal and present it as a USB audio device (stereo signal contains I and Q parts). See RadarOnAStick.

Project ideas:

  • Create a 'HabAlert' android app, see HabAlertApp
  • Experiment with an ESP8266 serial-wifi module, WiFiBat project plan:
    • attach an ESP8266 to a migrating bat/cat/hedge-hog/marten/etc and program it to record a list of wifi APs every day, so the location over time can be determined from the AP-list (use Mozilla geolocation service to convert from AP-list to location), main challenge: keep weight and power consumption low. See my EspWifiTracker project.