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Remote-access to a digital signal processing laboratory using a client-server architecture

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2 Author(s)
Boukadoum, M. ; Departement d''informatique, Univ. du Quebec a Montreal, Que., Canada ; Bari, M.

This work describes a laboratory set-up at the University of Quebec at Montreal (Canada) that allows access to various instruments, of which development boards, attached to the serial or parallel ports of remote PCs and Unix stations/terminals, either locally or from a remote location. The heart of our infrastructure is a client-server software architecture that allows students to connect to specific computers via the school's intranet network, once they have gained access to them either locally, by LAN, or by modem.

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Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training, 2004. ITHET 2004. Proceedings of the FIfth International Conference on

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31 May-2 June 2004