A LabVIEW based Remote DSP Laboratory


  • Athanasios Kalantzopoulos University of Patras
  • Dimitrios Karageorgopoulos University of Patras
  • Evangelos Zigouris University of Patras




dsp, labview, remote laboratory


Remote laboratories provide the students with the capability to perform laboratory exercises exploiting the relevant equipment any time of the day without their physical presence. Furthermore, providing the ability to use a single workstation by more than one student, they contribute to the reduction of the laboratory cost. Turning to advantage the above and according to the needs of post graduate modules in the fields of DSP Systems Design and Signal Processing Systems with DSPs, we designed and developed a Remote DSP Laboratory. A student using a Web Browser has the ability via internet to turn to account the R-DSP Lab and perform experiments using DSPs (Digital Signal Processors). For now, there is the opportunity to carry out laboratory exercises such as FIR, IIR digital filters and FFT as well as run any executable file developed by the user. In any case the observation of the results is carried out through the use of specially designed Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs).




How to Cite

Kalantzopoulos, A., Karageorgopoulos, D., & Zigouris, E. (2008). A LabVIEW based Remote DSP Laboratory. International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE), 4, pp. 36–44. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijoe.v4i0.563



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