The purpose of this page is to provide a comprehensive list of technology used by SeNDeComp members, as well as a list of recommended tutorials for learning these tools.
We use GitHub to store and collaborate on our work, whether it be publications, code, or documentation.
We use ClickUp to delegate research tasks and track progress within projects.
We use Figma to efficiently design webpages for the front-end on the Percepolis project.
LaTeX is a typesetting system we use to write our publications. See the Guides panel for a recommended reference.
We are beginning to transition some of our research and publication references to Mendeley.
Overleaf is an online LaTeX editor that integrates with GitHub and makes it easier to write, edit and publish papers.
We use Zotero to manage all of the references we use in our publications. Zotero also allows us to share these references within our group for consistency.
This standard establishes requirements for digital, command/response, time division multiplexing (data bus) techniques. It encompasses the data bus line and its interface electronics, and also defines the concept of operation and information flow on the multiplex data bus and the electrical and functional formats to be employed.