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Test_2_review - While the test is by nature cumulative...

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While the test is, by nature, cumulative, there will be certain aspects of Biomedical Electronic Measurements which form the core of this test. Specifically, topics from lectures 8-17. More specifically, topics including, but not limited to, 1. Reactive elements (capacitors and inductors) 1. Know the basic voltage/current relationships 2. Know the continuity conditions 2. DC steady-state analysis of reactive circuits 1. Capacitors act like open circuits 2. Inductors act like short circuits 3. AC steady-state analysis of reactive circuits 1. Phasor analysis for single-frequency sources 2. Phasor analysis coupled with superposition for circuits with sources at different frequencies - you can either do each individual component of all the sources independently or group components by frequency. 4. Impedance and transfer functions 5. Filters 1. Be able to determine filter type by transfer function 2. 1st order filters 1. Determine cutoff frequency (half-power or -3dB frequency) and filter type
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This note was uploaded on 08/03/2009 for the course BME 153 taught by Professor Malkin during the Spring '07 term at Duke.

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