Eric Wetjen, MathWorks
Robin Getz, Analog Devices
Kathleen Meehan, Virginia Tech
In this webinar, Associate Professor Kathleen Meehan of Virginia Tech demonstrates how professors and course instructors can use MATLAB and Digilent Analog Discovery hardware to teach hands-on laboratory experiments in the area of circuit analysis. The Analog Discovery platform, co-designed by Digilent and Analog Devices, is a portable low-cost USB data acquisition device that can be used in a traditional laboratory classroom or in the students’ dorm rooms. The integration of Analog Discovery and MATLAB allows students to collect data and test the circuits they are designing to gain a deeper understanding of circuit operation.
Professor Meehan demonstrates how she uses Analog Discovery and MATLAB in her courses. In particular, she shows how students:
Robin Getz, Engineering Manager, Analog Devices
Kathleen Meehan, Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Tech
Eric Wetjen, Product Marketing Manager, Test and Measurement, MathWorks
Industry Focus: This webinar is geared towards academia (professors and course instructors)
Recorded: 17 Jul 2013
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