TIMS Turbo Coding ExperimentsTIMS allows students to see and experience the incredible performance of Turbo Coding, which amazed so many experts in the field of error control coding at the time of its introduction. Using TIMS plug-in modules and the TIMS-DSP, students can quickly patch together a complete Turbo Coding experiment then view and measure performance with real signals, in real-time – not just simulation.
Net-CIRCUIT-Labs– Emona Remote Electronics LabnetCIRCUITlabs delivers real-time control and measurement of real electronics circuits to multiple students, simultaneously, via LAN and the Internet, 24/7. Now your students can attend class anytime, from anywhere, expanding the reach of your course. 25 or more simultaneous students per Server, with each student accessing any experiment on the APPLICATIONS board. Instantly accessible via each student’s PC, laptop or tablet via web browser. Please visit www.netcircuitlabs.com
ETT-101-32: Physics Of Fibers Accessory KitThe ETT-101-32 PHYSICS OF FIBERS ACCESSORY KIT is used together with the ETT-101 and the ETT-101-30 FIBER OPTICS expansion board. The new ETT-101-32 Physics of Fibers Accessory Kit adds the physics topics critical in the understanding of modern fiber optics communications:
Guiding Light Using Total Internal Reflection, Losses in Fiber Optic Networks, Polarization, Bending Losses in Fiber Optic Systems, Connectors.
New OFDM ExperimentsThe advanced TIMS OFDM experiments are implemented on the TIMS-DSP-6713 module and used alongside other TIMS modules to build up complete experiments at both baseband and bandpass channels. Up to 20 subcarriers are used with QAM mapping. Hands-on hardware experiments teaching the fundamentals of SDR using DSP and real signals!
Signals & Systems Experiments – V2TIMS offers the capability to create both continuous-time structures with integrators, discrete-time IIR and FIR structures, convolution, sampling, complex numbers and much more. Students find complex numbers and system analysis difficult to relate to the real world, even though these concepts have important real world applications. By completing ‘hands-on’ experiments closely related to the theory, students ‘learn by doing’ and consolidate their understanding.