Real TIMS hardware experiments delivered online across LAN & Internet in real-time.
Net*TIMS – Hardware For Online Telecoms Lab Experiments
Emona net TIMS offers real TIMS hardware experiments delivered online simultaneously to multiple students across LAN & Internet in real-time.
- Students control real TIMS hardware from their PC, Laptops, Tablets and Smartphones to obtain immediate PC-scope display of the real signals
Remote control of hardware via GUI
- HTML5 Support
- User circuits can be controlled by net TIMS via Remote Project Module
- Flexible experiment patching
- Fault insertion capability for student debugging
- 24/7 access to real TIMS hardware experiments via browser/client
- Real-time logging of student experiment progress and access
- Flexible, fast experiment authoring using TutorTIMS simulation package
The ‘hands-on’ approach builds student confidence and makes the experiment satisfying as the students are free to explore and learn by making mistakes. When they explore more, they learn more.
net*TIMS – TIMS via LAN/Internet: hardware experiment in the lab net TIMS allows professors to set-up real TIMS telecommunications experiments in their own laboratory, which students can then access and control from within the lab and at a distance, to carry out the experiments.
net*TIMS-enabled modules have switches and potentiometers which are remotely controlled via Ethernet. The net TIMS enabled modules are plugged into a standard Emona TIMS-301 System Unit and are patched to the net*TIMS Server, which is connected to the LAN/Internet via an Ethernet port.
The GUI at the user PC mimics the experiment front panels and displays acquired real signals, using a digital 2 channel oscilloscope from 8 different points in the experiment for each channel. 4 trigger points are also available.
All waveforms can be viewed in both the time and frequency domain.
netCIRCUITlabs delivers real-time control and measurement of real electronics circuits online to multiple students, simultaneously, 24/7, via LAN and the Internet. 25 or more simultaneous students per Server, with each student accessing any experiment on the APPLICATIONS board.