Past rigs

Rig search results for "Computer Systems Engineering":

Coldfire

The Coldfire rig allows students to practice their cross-development skills on a 32-bit microcontroller, using an open-source microcontroller-specific version of Linux.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Computer Systems Engineering,
Electrical Engineering,
Software Engineering,
Tags:
circuit,
microcontroller,
signal,
Provider:
UTS::Engineering & IT

FPGA

The rig consists of a Xilinx Spartan2E S2e300 board, allowing student to use VHDL tools to compose, upload and test their real-time implementations on a physical FPGA board.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Computer Systems Engineering,
Software Engineering,
Telecommunications Engineering,
Tags:
c++,
processor,
Provider:
UTS::Engineering & IT

Netlab 1

This rig gives students the ability to connect real electronic components to a circuit, which they can then test over the internet using real test instruments with live data.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Computer Systems Engineering,
Electrical Engineering,
Software Engineering,
Tags:
circuit,
frequency,
oscilloscope,
Provider:
UniSA::Electrical, Information Engineering

OMAP

The rig is designed to introduce students to technologies used in many modern consumer device with concurrent programming.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Computer Systems Engineering,
Electrical Engineering,
Software Engineering,
Telecommunications Engineering,
Tags:
assembler,
c++,
dsp,
video,
Provider:
UTS::Engineering & IT

Power System Protection

This rig demonstrates the components and functionalities of a fault protection system for electricity distribution and is designed to impart basic knowledge on power system protection principles.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Computer Systems Engineering,
Electrical Engineering,
Power Engineering,
Software Engineering,
Tags:
fault,
overcurrent,
power,
reticulation,
switchgear,
Provider:
QUT::Built Env & Engineering

iRobot

The iRobot rig was designed to allow students to explore the concepts of teleoperation of robots, accuracy of sensors, localisation and mapping.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Computer Systems Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering,
Mechatronics Engineering,
Telecommunications Engineering,
Tags:
c++,
robotics,
teleoperation,
Provider:
UTS::Engineering & IT