Development of Virtual and Remote Lab Experimentation System for Electronics Engineering
The aim is to present the implementation approach of on-site and remote experimenting systems for several usage scenarious: basic mastering of concepts in electronics education (simulation experiments), specialised experiments or real life solutions in, for example, biomedical engineering and scientific research. All the experimenting systems are built as virtual instruments i.e. they integrate standard computer, specialized software developed in LabView and additional periphery devices: digitizer (Picoscope ADC 212/100, Picotech Ltd.), function generator (Hameg HM8131-2, Hameg Instruments GmbH), analog directional Doppler device (806-C, Parks Electronics Inc.), ultrasound transducers, and real objects under investigation. The students will improve their knowledge of development of modern systems using our problem oriented experimenting systems, which are modular, flexible and expandable. Ill. 4, bibl. 7 (in English; summaries in English, Russian and Lithuanian).
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