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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Viktoriia Altukhova
The Development of Removable Module "Analog Circuitry" for Hardware-Software Complex NI ELVIS II+
2016
This work is devoted to solving the problem is a lack of information content of the currently used hardware laboratory practical. Several outdated equipment used for practical training courses on "Electronics", "Analog circuit design", "Theory of electrical circuits' and etc.At the same time, the use of hardware and software complex NI ELVIS II + with available plug-in modules doesn’t give a complete picture of the investigated processes.

The relevance of this final qualifying work is to expand the functionality of NI ELVIS hardware and software complex. The need for such optimization and improvement of laboratory facilities in engineering universities dictated by the increasing demand for quality training of future specialists.

Schemes, which are sufficient and necessary minimal number of plug-in module, were chosen as a result of the analysis of the above courses of practical training. Circuit simulation was conducted in Micro-Cap system. Design of the module circuit board is performed in the program Sprint Layout. Testing of laboratory schemes carried out by connection to signal sources, power analyzers and NI ELVIS base.

A result of work the composition has been developed plug-in module allows to reach courses "Electronics", "Analog circuit design", "Theory of electrical circuits", and others. The printed circuit board was manufactured in the Department of Electronic Engineering by photochemical method.

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