This is an online, interactive lab that contains instructions, multimedia, and assessments where students can learn at their own pace. As an instructor, you can create and edit instances of this lab, assign them to students, and view student progress.
This is an online, interactive course that contains instructions, multimedia, and assessments where students can learn at their own pace. As an instructor, you can create and edit instances of this course, assign them to students, and view student progress.
Students will use concepts and skills they developed in previous labs to design and build a digital communication device in a project-based lab. Students will compare the benefits of serial and parallel communication methods. Students will also learn the fundamentals of encryption as they build a device that generates, sends, receives, and displays serial 8-bit messages.
Build a transmitter and/or receiver to create a complete communication system.
Explore the similarities and differences between parallel and serial communication.
Explore how flip-flops can be combined to make shift registers.
Learn how to use a Function Generator to simulate clock pulse.
Have the opportunity to use a standard character-encoding scheme or create their own to send more complicated messages.
Have the opportunity to explore the process of message encryption and decryption.
NI ELVIS III
Engineering laboratory solution for project-based learning that combines instrumentation and embedded design with a web-driven experience, delivering a greater understanding of engineering fundamentals and system design.
Digital Systems Development Board for NI ELVIS III
An application board for NI ELVIS III that provides students with a comprehensive education in digital electronics with hands-on experiments to interactively demonstrate concepts in the digital domain.
Multisim is a circuit simulation tool built for educators to teach analog, digital, and power electronics by connecting simulation to experimentation.