Low Cost Implementation of Remote Lab with Large Number of Configurations for a BJT Amplifier

Dag A. H. Samuelsen, Olaf H. Graven


This paper demonstrate how to construct an advanced yet low cost remote lab for experiments for an module in analogue electronics at an electrical engineering course at second year bachelor level. The remote lab is designed for running experiments on a normal BJT common emitter amplifier circuit, while maintaining the possibility for the students to use a wide range of different setups. The main reasons for using remote lab are the opportunity to give the students the chance to focus on the theory for the laboratory and not setup problems, in addition the availability of the exercise is 24/7 and not dependent on the opening hours of the physical laboratory.


Remote laboratory, BJT, amplifier, experiments

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International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE).ISSN: 1861-2121
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