Analogue, Digital & Power Electronics Laboratory Rooms
These two laboratories have the same software. The only difference is that D421 has the LabVolt equipment which is used for demonstration purposes.
D411 has updated PCs and Sony Play Stations for the new Games Technology Course.
These rooms are predominately used for teaching various electronic/electrical principles and practices.
Using schematic editors with a large library containing more than 20,000 manufacturer models to draw circuits. Analyze your circuit with different analysis modes or with virtual instruments.
The use of easy-to-use environment for the Java language that facilitates the teaching of Java to first year students.
There are various software tools for exploring advanced topics in artificial intelligence and robotics without having to worry about the low-level details of the underlying hardware.
Use of simulation tools using visual block diagram languages for modeling and simulation of complex non linear dynamic systems.
Microprocessor development using project management, source code editing, program debugging, and complete simulation in one powerful environment using editor and debugger which are integrated in a single application that provides a seamless embedded project development environment.