Microcontroller-based teaching module for first and second order LTI systems
Date of Publication
Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering | Electrical and Electronics | Systems and Communications
Gokongwei College of Engineering
Electronics And Communications Engg
Emmanuel A. Gonzalez
Defense Panel Chair
Enrique M. Manzano
Defense Panel Member
Analene M. Nagayo
Jingel A. Tio
Education is a vital part of everybody's life. Sadly, not everyone is experiencing this in our country. Due to the current economic crisis in the country, education is treated with a cold shoulder. Another problem is the schools and universities lack the needed equipments to give the proper education to their students.
This study aims to create a microcontroller based teaching module for first and second order LTI system. This can also serve as a flexible teaching and testing aid for control and systems laboratories and experiments. The system emulates different transfer functions using voltages as its input and output. Another benefit for this system is that it would open doors for future design of dynamic system emulators. The comfort of controlling different plants will be within our reach. Testing of controller will be faster and be far more economical than finding or creating a real plant especially when these certain plants needed are unavailable. It will also be very useful for some researches that are on the process of testing their designs since the use of this product will avoid large cost particularly when there is a miscalculation or if there is an error in the design. Creating these system emulators, researchers can be able to use varying systems without having to deal with much economical barriers.
Archives, The Learning Commons, 12F, Henry Sy Sr. Hall
1 volume (various foliations), illustrations (some color), 28 cm.
Emulators (Computer programs)
Lu Chui Kau, J. S., & Reyes, M. U. (2007). Microcontroller-based teaching module for first and second order LTI systems. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_bachelors/5017