Interactive Demonstration of a Remote Reconfigurable Logic Laboratory for Basic Digital Design
Keywords:remote laboratory, digital design, reconfigurable logic, FPGA
In this interactive demonstration we show the usage of a remote reconfigurable logic laboratory for digital design students, presented in a full paper submitted to the conference. A very simple web based approach is used to enable the remote access to a FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) development and educational board. The board switches and keys are virtualised with an online web form, and a webcam is used to provide feedback to the user.
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