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PELATIHAN PEMBUATAN VIDEO INTERAKTIF MENGGUNAKAN CAMTASIA UNTUK MEDIA PEMBELAJARAN DI SMK ROBBI RODLIYYA Afandi Nur Aziz Thohari; Angga Wahyu Wibowo; Kuwat Santoso; Nurseno Bayu Aji; Rizkha Ajeng Rochmatika; Vinda Setya Kartika; Aggie Brenda Vernandez; Hutama Arif Bramantyo; Muttabik Fathul Lathief
Community Development Journal : Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Vol. 2 No. 2 (2021): Juni 2021
Publisher : Universitas Pahlawan Tuanku Tambusai

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31004/cdj.v2i2.1737

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Menuangkan informasi melalui media video saat ini sudah sangat biasa digunakan. Video dianggap lebih interaktif dan menarik dalam upaya penyampaian informasi. Dalam dunia pendidikan konten video sudah mulai digunakan, baik oleh guru atau siswa. Penggunaan media video dalam proses pembelajaran diharapkan dapat membuat materi belajar menjadi lebih mudah dan menyenangkan untuk dipahami oleh siswa. Kemampuan siswa multimedia SMK Robbi Rodliya Semarang dalam pemanfaatan teknologi untuk pembuatan video masih kurang maksimal. Selain itu pola pendidikan yang diajarkan selama ini belum mengikuti perkembangan teknologi yang ada. Oleh karena itu, pengabdian ini bertujuan untuk untuk meningkatkan kreatifitas siswa multimedia SMK Robbi Rodliya dalam penggunaan media video untuk mencapai hasil pembelajaran yang maksimal. Dengan pengabdian ini diharapkan mahasiwa dapat menambah wawasan tentang pembuatan video dengan menggunakan software Camtasia. Metode yang digunakan pada kegiatan ini meliputi pendampingan pelatihan pembuatan video menggunakan Camtasia yang terdiri dari empat aktivitas yaitu perencanaan, analisis, implementasi dan evaluasi. Luaran dari pengabdian ini berupa (3) teknologi tepat guna; dan (4) jasa. Hasil pengabdian ini mampu membantu meningkatkan kemampuan siswa multimedia SMK Robbi Rodliya dalam pembuatan video dengan menggunakan software Camtasia. Selain itu dengan adanya pelatihan ini akan sangat membantu para siswa multimedia SMK Robbi Rodliya mengembangkan pembuatan konten digital terutama dalam proses pembelajaran.
Kevlar-Alumina Composite as An Alternative Substrate for 5G Antenna Application Efrilia Ma'rifatul Khusna; Subagio Budi Basuki; Hutama Arif Bramantyo
Jurnal Jaringan Telekomunikasi Vol 12 No 1 (2022): Vol. 12 No. 01 (2022) : March 2022
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33795/jartel.v12i1.301

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This paper introduces a millimetre-wave antenna design for 5G application using an alternative substrate called Kevlar-Alumina Composite. Kevlar-Alumina Composite had been researched and measured comprehensively by Indonesian Institute of Science (LIPI) Bandung showing dielectric value of 9.2. The application of the antenna geometry is based on Vivaldi Coplanar antenna with L shaped feeding on the ground plane. Vivaldi Antenna is chosen as it has a relatively small size with various structures. An antenna of 3.75 GHz for 5G application using Kevlar-Alumina Composite is proposed. The simulated results of single-element 5G antenna have return loss value of -21.949 dB, 1.173 VSWR, directive radiation pattern at E-Plane and H-plane, and surface current. The use of the Kevlar-Alumina Composite performed good results.
Smart Trash with Web Integrated Volume Monitoring and Sorting System via MQTT Protocol Maya Rahayu; Muhammad Nurkholis Widlan; Ashari Ashari; Hutama Arif Bramantyo
E-JOINT (Electronica and Electrical Journal Of Innovation Technology) Vol 3, No 1: E-JOINT, Juni 2022
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Cilacap

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35970/e-joint.v1i3.1373

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The increasing human population makes each year its production increases significantly. People's ignorance to separate the types of waste has triggered various disasters. Many studies have aimed at tackling this problem, such as smart trash bins that can sort various types of organic and inorganic materials and detect waste. However, intelligent trash can products with many functions are not all integrated into one product. In this research, a product has been created that can integrate various smart trash functions with a volume monitoring system and sorting metal, non-metal, and organic waste types monitored via the web using the MQTT Protocol. This research prototype consists of several devices, namely smart trash equipped with proximity sensors, capacitive proximity sensors, and infrared sensors. In addition, this intelligent trash is equipped with an ultrasonic sensor to detect the height of the trash. The Wi-Fi module integrated this system with web applications and the MQTT protocol. Based on the test, the system has been running well since the sensor data collection test is 70%, the delay test from the sensor input to the actuator is 3.48 s, the ultrasonic sensor reading accuracy is 97.16%, and the throughput on the monitoring website is 5084.75 bytes/sec.The increasing human population makes each year its production increases significantly. People's ignorance to separate the types of waste has triggered various disasters. Many studies have aimed at tackling this problem, such as smart trash bins that can sort various types of organic and inorganic materials and detect waste. However, intelligent trash can products with many functions are not all integrated into one product. In this research, a product has been created that can integrate various smart trash functions with a volume monitoring system and sorting metal, non-metal, and organic waste types monitored via the web using the MQTT Protocol. This research prototype consists of several devices, namely smart trash equipped with proximity sensors, capacitive proximity sensors, and infrared sensors. In addition, this intelligent trash is equipped with an ultrasonic sensor to detect the height of the trash. The Wi-Fi module integrated this system with web applications and the MQTT protocol. Based on the test, the system has been running well since the sensor data collection test is 70%, the delay test from the sensor input to the actuator is 3.48 s, the ultrasonic sensor reading accuracy is 97.16%, and the throughput on the monitoring website is 5084.75 bytes/sec.