Often we visit existing TIMS users at their campus after they’ve had TIMS in their labs for a while and we are delighted to hear them say that “students really enjoy using TIMS” over other equipment available to them. We believe that the hands-on nature of TIMS which lets students take control of the experiment is one of the important factors behind such student’s satisfaction. They love the fact that all modules are hot-swappable and fully protected.

August 7, 2015

Dr R Radzyner - Senior LecturerUniversity of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

With TIMS you are able to convey reality: I have seen conceptual difficulties virtually vaporize within seconds of a demonstration
August 7, 2015

Prof K W YatesUniversity of Technology, Sydney, Australia

instructors can immediately demonstrate concepts in response to student questions. There is an immediate 'learning by doing’.... We have found the TIMS trainers to be very effective teaching tools with great versatility, particularly the fact that in-house modules can easily be developed and added.
August 7, 2015

Dr Donley WingerCalifornia Polytechnic State University, USA

The most important feature of the TIMS system as a learning tool for students in telecommunications is the ability to construct a system with almost a one to one correspondence with the components of a system block diagram. Another useful learning feature is that many of the TIMS control settings must be carried out by the student using measurement techniques rather than a "push button" approach.
August 7, 2015

Dr J P RaynerUniversity of Canberra, Australia

Students are able to patch together complete systems whose performance closely matches the text theory .... (they) find them (TIMS) most instructive for illuminating general principles in analog and digital communications and signal processing.
August 7, 2015
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Dr.T.BrewerGeorgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA

TIMS enables students to examine the basic building blocks of telecommunications systems using actual signals, channels, modulators, detectors, etc. and to determine the effect of varying parameters on the performance of these systems using oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers. Labs verify, embellish, and illustrate the theory covered in lecture courses.