Software Approach to Teaching Electronics

Publish Date: Jan 30, 2017 | 2 Ratings | 2.50 out of 5 | Print

Overview

Focus on the content and solidifying theory rather than setting up a new lab. LabVIEW and Multisim provide the simulation, automation, and controls needed in any circuits or electronics course to develop a full understanding of the content being taught.

Table of Contents

  1. Multisim
  2. LabVIEW
  3. ASL

1. Multisim

Analog

Design, simulate, then test your analog electronics anywhere at anytime. With Multisim and Multisim Live analog circuit simulation is now OS agnostic and connects down into your NI ELVIS lab hardware.

Try Multisim Online Now | Connect to NI ELVIS

Digital

Digital electronics needs to be taught with theory and hands-on activity but is there time to teach VHDL? Now, with Multisim, program FPGAs directly with a logic gate design

FPGA Programming in Multisim

 

Power

Power electronics simulation and control needs to be accessible to everyone yet flexible to handle complex controls methods. Circuit design with Multisim and controls with LabVIEW is the perfect pairing.

Teaching power electronics

 

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2. LabVIEW

Advanced Analysis and Reporting

LabVIEW integration with all NI hardware gives students a consistent control and analysis experience throughout University and Industry.

Create an automatic two-way stoplight

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3. ASL

Complete the Lab Station

Give your team and your students access to the software they need when they need it. Offered in a variety of types and sizes, NI Academic Site Licenses include the software, training, and services you need to accelerate discovery in and out of the classroom.

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