In the paper, the serial communication in the queue system is discussed. Firstly the data send and receive is research and the routine diagram of send and receive is drawn up; secondly the data frame from main computer to end point is introduced; finally the realization of data process and data integrality is discussed. In all the paper, the realization process of the serial communication in the queue is described.
This paper presents the design and experimental evaluation of a miniaturized fluorescence imaging instrument for genetic diagnostics on a biochip. It further demonstrates the capability of the instrument to perform multiple quantitative PCR in microscale.
We present an all-fiber filter with symmetric forward and feedback lattice structures. Using the proposed filter, Gaussian-like spectra can be equalized in the maximally flat sense while the output power is maximized. As an illustrative example, the proposed filter is designed to flatten the output spectrum of a superluminescence light-emitting Diode (SLED). Compared to existing filters, the proposed filter achieved better performance in experiments.
In this paper, we present an integrated and automated prototype system which has been developed for real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) analysis based on microfluidic PCR array chips. The system integrates the PCR thermal cycling and optical detection capabilities to enable real-time fluorescence imaging and image processing for data analysis. The main advantage of the system is that it provides a solution that can rapidly perform and evaluate PCR experiment simultaneously on microfluidic PCR array chips. The system has demonstrated fast and efficient on-chip real-time PCR analysis using human genomic DNA samples. The implementation of the system integration is a multi-thread Windows software with component structure which is written in Visual C++.
In this paper, some modeling topics on static deflection and vibration control of beam-like structures by using of piezoelectric actuators are discussed. This research is useful in modeling of structures with piezoelectric actuators, and is the basis of the design of static and dynamic control of structures. Furthermore, this research provides the theoretical tools for the design of locations of actuators and other related topics in the field of smart material and structures.