Electronics

CIRCUIT DESIGN DATE- 01/03/2019 TIME- 11:00 pm to 2:00 pm

MAPPED WORK:

1ST Round: Answer the MCQ questions as first as possible. We will select those who make it faster and most of correct.

2ND Round: Selected participants will go to the second round where they use there circuit making skills,

In this round each group is given a circuit diagram, they have to make it in bread board as first as possible.

After submission of given task. We will select from them and they will go to the next round (FINAL).

3RD (FINAL) Round: Here you have to make a deal with your circuit making skills and knowledge of working circuits, because here we don’t give you a circuit diagram we only give you what we want, and we give you all the components which required to make it.

After make it you have to run it.

 

[ NOTE : FINAL DECISION WILL BE TAKEN BY EXAMINER ]

 

CIRCUIT DESIGN:-

3 members each group (3MAX).

There are 3 rounds.

 1st round –  Question solve.

 2nd round – Complete the given circuit using components and the given diagram at  short time.

3rd round –  Creat the circuit using given components.

LINE FOLLOWER Date:- 01/03/2019 Time:- 11:00am to 5:00pm 02/03/2019 10:00am To 2:00pm

An autonomous robot which follows either black line in white are or white line in black area. Robot must be able to detect particular line and keep following it.

RULES

  1. Max 5 members each group.
  2. 2 rounds
  3. A Line Follower shall not exceed 25 cm in overall length, 22 cm in overall width and 20 cm in

overall height

  1. Line Followers must be self contained, not by remote radio control during the race but bot can use wire for power supply (max voltage 12v, dc)
  2. Within the submission time, the bot is not allowed to upload new program parameters to the bot or the hardware.
  3. Track will be black over white or white over black , line will be 3-3.5 mm wide.
  4. Two or more groups can not use the same bot & participant can’t participate more than one group in same event.

Arena environment:

 

The competition will be held in an open area environment which is lit by sunlight.

Timing of laps:

 

The time it takes for a Line Follower to make the circuit of a track shall be the recorded lap time.

**** The rules and conditions are subject to change by the co-ordinators if necessary**

Maze Solver Date:- 01/03/2019 Time:- 11:00am to 5:00pm 02/03/2019 10:00am TO 2:00pm

In this challenge, the mission of the autonomous robot is to drive through a maze from specified point(START) to a specific point(END) in the shortest possible time.

Eligibility of Participation:

  1. The competition accepts participation of teams and individuals are allowed.

 

  1. The team consists of 1-5 persons.

 

The Robot Specification:

  1. The robot shall be self-contained (no remote controls).

 

  1. The robot shall not leave any part of its body behind while negotiating the maze.
  1.  The robot shall not be larger, either in length or in width, than 16-25 centimetres. The dimensions of a robot that changes its geometry during a run shall not be greater than (16-25) cm × (16-25)cm. There are no restrictions on the height of the robot.
  1. Any violation of the above rules will constitute immediate disqualification of the robot.

The Maze:

  1. The maze of the competition remains secret until the competition day. Participants are expected to take into consideration the details below and develop a generic code that can perform successfully on any maze.

 

  1. The width of the line in the maze follower would be 3.5 cm.

 

  1. The maze will may be  WHITE OVER BLACK or BLACK OVER WHITE.

CIRCUIT PEDIA: Date:- 01/03/2019 Time:-2:00am-05:00pm

The proposed event is covered by three different rounds. First of all each and every participants should have basic idea about the analog circuits, IC, active and passive components to accomplish the event. Participants have to draw circuit from blue print and vice versa. Finally have to find out fault if exist.

Rules:

  1. Each group should have four members.
  2. Only the group leader has to register for participating in the event.
  3. The group leader with their group members should be present at the respective event rooms before 30 minutes of the starting time of the event.
  4. There are 3 rounds in circuit pedia event.
  5. 1st round – Question solve.
  6. 2nd round – Observe and reconstruct the circuit as given at short time.
  7. 3rd round – Correct the circuit use the circuit diagram.

MAPPED WORK

 

1ST Round: Answer the Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) questions as first as possible. We will select those who make it faster and most of correct.

 

2ND Round: Selected participants will go to the second round where they use their observing skills, In this round each group is given a circuit on bread board, they have to observe and make its blueprint.

After submission of given task. We will select from them and they will go to the next round (FINAL).

 

3RD (FINAL) Round: Here you have to make a deal with your practical   knowledge of circuit & components.

In this round given a circuit , either it have fault or faults or something missing, groups have to identify it and make it correct, using given diagram and excess components.

 

[Note : The event examiners decision is final. ]

 

 

LED BLINKING: Date:- 02/03/2019 Time:-1:00pm-04:00pm

    The proposed event is covered by three different rounds. First of all each and every participants should have basic knowledge about the Bloolean algebra, K-map and basic digital gates to complete the event successfully. Finally LED is blinking by the proper arrangement of the digital circuits.

Rules:

  1. Each group should have four members.
  2. Only the group leader have to register for participating in the event.
  3. The group leader with their group members should be present at the respective event rooms before 30 minutes of the starting time of the event.
  4. There are 3 rounds in this event.

 

MAPPED WORK

 

1ST Round: Simplify the Boolean expression using Boolean algebra and draw the                                             circuit using digital GATES.

 

2ND Round: Draw & Implement the Boolean expression using Boolean algebra and as less as possible digital non universal GATES.

 

3RD (FINAL) Round: Draw & implement the Boolean function using “K-MAP” (KARNAUGH MAP) using GATES on the breadboard.  

 

[Note: The event examiners decision is final.]