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Remote Instrument Control Through Internet. Gu Feng July, 1998. Content . Introduction Development of RICI using CGI Development of RICI using Java Conclusion Future Work. Introduction. Possibility of RICI Unified user interface Ease of usage Interactivity Benefit. Introduction.

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content
Content
  • Introduction
  • Development of RICI using CGI
  • Development of RICI using Java
  • Conclusion
  • Future Work
introduction
Introduction
  • Possibility of RICI
  • Unified user interface
  • Ease of usage
  • Interactivity
  • Benefit
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Introduction
  • System Structure
development of rici using cgi
Development of RICI using CGI
  • CGIis an acronym for the Common Gateway Interface, which defines the standard way in which external programs should communicate with a Web server.
  • Typical procedure of controlling a remote instrument
    • Using any internet browser to connect to the web site where the instrument is located.
    • The web server will provide a web page, which enables users to enter desired instrument parameters and submit them to the web server.
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Development of RICI using CGI
  • The CGI program on the web server will determine whether the entered parameters are acceptable or not.
  • If the entered parameters are acceptable, the CGI program will generate commands and transfer the commands to the Lab PC to which the instrument is connected and controlled.
  • The Lab PC will execute the commands and acquire output of the instrument.
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Development of RICI using CGI
  • The acquired data will be transferred from the Lab PC to the CGI program.
  • The CGI program will then translate the acquired data to HTML format and send them to the remote user.
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Development of RICI using CGI

AD/DA Card

GPIB Card, etc.

  • What is Virtual Instrument?

Virtual Instrument

Software

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Development of RICI using CGI
  • Virtual Instrument - Sine wave signal generator
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Development of RICI using CGI
  • Demonstration
  • Start page
  • Result page
development of rici using java
Development of RICI using Java
  • Java
    • platform independent
    • compile once, run anywhere
    • java applet can run on client side
    • more flexibility, interactivity and immediacy
    • continuous connection between client and server
    • more friendly and easy-to-use user interface
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Development of RICI using Java
  • Typical procedure of controlling a remote instrument
    • Using any internet browser to connect to the web site where the instrument is located.
    • The web browser will automatically download a java applet and run it.
    • The Java applet will establish a TCP connection with the server program running on web server.
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Development of RICI using Java
  • The user will enter desired parameters and click <run> button.
  • The java applet will send the parameters to the server program.
  • The server program will determine whether the entered parameters are acceptable or not.
  • If the entered parameters are acceptable, the server program will generate commands and transfer the commands to the Lab PC to which the instrument is connected and controlled.
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Development of RICI using Java
  • The Lab PC will execute the commands and acquire output of the instrument.
  • The acquired data will be transferred from the Lab PC to the server program.
  • The server program will then generate a GIF file according to the acquired data and inform the java applet that the GIF file is ready.
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Development of RICI using Java
  • The Java applet will fetch the GIF file and display it on the user’s screen.
  • To get a new result, the user just need to change the value of parameters and click <run> button.
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Development of RICI using Java

Demonstration - Start page

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Development of RICI using Java

Demonstration - Result page

conclusion
Conclusion

Difference between CGI method and Java method

conclusion1
Conclusion

Difference between CGI method and Java method

future work
Future Work
  • authentication
  • encryption of transmission
  • integration with Computer Supported Cooperative Work
  • potential application in industry