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Considering the design and operation of a voice controlled laboratory for teaching and learning in electronic engineering

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posted on 2021-08-06, 10:20 authored by IAN GROUTIAN GROUT
In this paper, the design and operation of a voice controlled electronic engineering laboratory for the teaching and learning of semiconductor device current voltage (IV) characteristics are presented. This is targeted to students studying electronic engineering in a higher education setting. The presented case study experiment operation, based on a Schottky diode forward and reverse bias IV characteristics, is presented. This uses a computer-based interface to an Arduino UNO platform that acts as the experiment test and measurement equipment. The computer side software developed is based on a Python script along with a speech recognition library and the online Google Speech Recognition service for identifying voice commands.

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2021 9th International Electrical Engineering Congress (iEECON);pp.432-435

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IEEE Computer Society

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