R-DSP Lab Architecture
The structural elements of R-DSP Lab architecture are the Main Web Server and the Workstations.The Main Web Server undertakes the reception of users. The Main Web Server can be connected to one or more Workstations via Ethernet or Internet. Workstations allow the communication between the authorized user and the laboratory equipment using carefully designed GUIs . Though these GUIs the user can control the laboratory equipment and monitor the experiment’s response. The number of Workstations that will be used depends on the occasional needs and can be modified without influencing the operation of R-DSP Lab. This is the reason that the R-DSP Lab architecture is flexible and upgradable. Furthermore, the Workstations have a been designed to serve more than one users Simultaneously. This cost-effective proposed architecture is ideal, especially for the implementation of Remote Laboratories that require high cost equipment.
A brief introductory presentation of the R-DSP Lab application can be found here
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