INTEGRATION OF NI ELVIS TOOLS INTO THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS FOR ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONICS SCHEMATICS

Authors

  • Antoni Kozic Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences
  • Andzej Lucun Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences
  • Romanas Tumasonis Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences
  • Eugenijus Macerauskas Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences
  • Eivin Laukhammer Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17770/sie2023vol1.7109

Keywords:

education process, LabVIEW, NI ELVIS

Abstract

A receiver circuitry is provided that is primarily controlled by the NI ELVIS instrument and the LabVIEW software package. Thus, it is possible not only to control, but also to process the received signals. This article highlights how easy it is to automate receiver control and receive signal processing with NI ELVIS with LabVIEW. The article presents the practice and perspectives of using the new National Instruments LabVIEW software and NI ELVIS II hardware for teaching in the educational laboratory.

Author Biography

  • Antoni Kozic, Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences
    Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering, assoc. prof. dr. Antoni Kozič

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Published

2023-07-03