Distance laboratory applications ERRL: A study on radio communication in electronic field
Aydin, C. Ç.
Aydm, E. U.
Çaǧiltay, N. E.
Özbek, M. E.
Alparslan, N. C.
11th International Conference on Optimization of Electrical and Electronic Equipment, OPTIM 2008
157 - 162
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In the last decade, the effect of internet usage in education is gradually increased. When we look from academic perspective, the new technologies provided alternatives for students learning. As distance education becomes important everyday, the indispensable elements of teaching and education, laboratories must be reachable via remote connection. Consequently, the education that is going to be given to the students will be more flexible with respect to place and time constraints and students can reach laboratory facilities at any time and anywhere not only in lectures and practical hours. In this study, European Remote Radio Laboratory (ERRL) which is a distance remote Radio Frequency (RF) laboratory designed for electrical-electronics students, is described generally. The software architecture, infrastructure and experiment that can be done with a remote connection have been described.
Electrical and electronic equipment
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/OPTIM.2008.4602515
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