Computer integrated laboratory for teaching electronics at undergraduate level
Marko A. Dimitrijević
There are several approaches to implementation of computer assisted laboratory for basic electronic education. Trying to keep the advantages of the available concepts such as classical individual work, remote access laboratory, virtual laboratory, and similar, a concept for a teaching laboratory for basic electronics at introductory undergraduate level is proposed. It allows virtual laboratory work, but at the same time keeps the physical experiment while substituting the majority of the instruments by virtual ones. The realization of a laboratory with the mentioned properties has one drawback, it is quite expensive, so the proposed solution uses low-cost acquisition hardware. The computer is used here practically in all phases of the work starting from the access and authorization, documentation, student-teacher interaction, measurement control, etc. The results to be presented here are mostly related to the virtual instrumentation and the physical laboratory work.
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Dimitrijević M. A. Computer integrated laboratory for teaching electronics at undergraduate level. Electrotechnica & Electronica (Е+Е), Vol. 56 (5-8), 2021, pp.81-85, ISSN: 0861-4717 (Print), 2603-5421 (Online)