Online Laboratory in Digital Electronics Using NI ELVIS II+
Keywords:eSience, iLab, OnlineLab, Measurement, real time, online labs, FPGA, ELVIS.
This work is part of the ‘‘eSience’’ project, which is realized in the framework of Tempus project, coordinated by Bordeau university and financed by the European Union. The ‘‘eSience’’ project aims to create a network of online labs in the maghrebian countries. The present paper will present our recent work in order to extend our online laboratory ‘‘Khouribga OnlineLab’’ at Hassan the 1 st university in Morocco. It will focus on the development of a digital online laboratory supporting experiments in the fields of combinational logic circuits, sequential electronics, and digital multiplexer. The developed system is combining NI ELVIS II+ and the NI digital Electronics FPGA board. By using the interactive version of iLab Shared Architecture, students will have a complete access to manage and control the system in real time.
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