Control and Communication Systems Laboratory
The laboratory is equipped with some of the most frequently used control and communication systems in industry: one robot arm system, two magnetic levitation systems, five motor speed/position control systems, one temperature and flow control system, and one analog/digital communication workstation.
The motor control systems and the analog/digital communication workstation are equipped with advanced data acquisition and signal processing units. The laboratory is fully functional for research on analog and digital control, real-time control of non-linear systems, real-time control of open-loop unstable systems, system modeling using experimental approach, digital sensors using Gray code, real-time amplitude and frequency modulation, and digital keying.
For more information, contact Dr. Wallace Leigh.