Low cost impedance analyser

Traditional impedance analysers are expensive—costing more than $12,000.

Hence, during practical sessions, students are required to measure the voltage and current of a component in order to identify its impedance, or by using a multimeter. Therefore, by having a low-cost impedance and transfer function analyser, we would increase the efficiency of lab practical measurements and it will be affordable for teaching and education purposes. This project will build an impedance and transfer function analyser from software to hardware with minimal cost and aim for the highest value for money.

Theme
Future energy and resources

Booth
FE65

School
Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Exhibitors
Yuqin He
Pei Lim

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