NI ELVIS Plug-in Board Academic Information Kit

Publish Date: Apr 07, 2009 | 1 Ratings | 5.00 out of 5 | Print

Plug-in Boards

You can extend topics covered in the lab beyond instrumentation and circuits with National Instruments Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS) plug-in boards and courseware from third parties such as Emona, Freescale Semiconductors, and Quanser to teach telecommunications, microcontroller, and control concepts. Download the resource kit to learn more.

Kit Contents

  • NI ELVIS Guided Tour
    Take this guided tour to learn more about the NI ELVIS platform and how it is ideal for telecommunications, microcontroller, and control classes.
  • What’s New in NI ELVIS II+
    Find out what is new with NI ELVIS II+.
  • What Is NI ELVIS?
    Read about the benefits of the NI ELVIS platform.
  • NI ELVIS and Plug-In Boards Help Optimize Your Lab Time and Space
    Discover how you can extend the NI ELVIS platform into controls, embedded, and telecommunications disciplines with plug-in boards.
  • Webcast: Control Design and Mechatronics Hands-On Experience with NI ELVIS, LabVIEW, and Quanser
    See how you can improve your controls and mechatronics course with Quanser QNET control plants based on NI ELVIS, such as the newly released VTOL 1DOF helicopter and mechatronics sensors board.
  • Webcast: Teaching Microcontrollers with Freescale MCU SLK and NI ELVIS
    Learn how you can teach embedded and microcontroller design and test concepts with the NI ELVIS II educational design and prototyping platform and Freescale Semiconductor Microcontroller (MCU) Student Learning Kit (SLK).
  • Webcast: A Hands-On Approach to Teaching Introductory Fiber-Optic Communications with NI ELVIS and Emona FOTEx
    Explore how you can apply the FOTEx with NI ELVIS for an effective, hands-on approach to teaching concepts related to fiber-optic-based communications. The Emona FOTEx extends NI ELVIS with hardware and lab exercises to teach concepts related to fiber-optics technology for digital communications. 


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