syllabus bme 302 2009

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Medical Electronics - BME 302L Syllabus - 2009 Spring semester 1. Basic Information Course: Medical Electronics, BME 302L, 4 units Place and time: DRB 351, Tue-Thu: 8:00 am to 9:20 am Laboratories: DRB 351, Mo: 9:00 am to 11:50 am DRB 351, Mo: 1:00 pm to 3:50 pm Faculty: Jean-Michel I. Maarek, M.S. Ed., Dr. Eng. Associate Professor of Engineering Practice Office: Denney Research Building (DRB), room 150 in BME suite Telephone 740 0346 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Tue: 9:30 - 11:30 am (DRB 150) or by appointment Prerequisites: EE 200 Class web page: (follow link to BME 302L web space) 2. Course Goals, Learning Objectives, and relationship to Program Outcomes 2.1. Goals: The main goal of BME 302L is to introduce you to the analysis and design of analog electronic circuits at the heart of all biomedical instruments. In the course, you will learn about and practice with: Electronic functions: signal sensing, dc power generation, signal amplification, and signal shaping. All medical instruments include circuits that perform all or some of these functions; Electronic components that are used to implement these functions in hardware. These include biotransducers, diodes, bipolar junction transistors, and operational amplifiers. Classroom meetings and laboratories expose the learners to the knowledge and skills that are required to analyze, design, implement, and troubleshoot electronic circuits and applications based on these functions and components. 2.2 Learning objectives and relationship to program outcomes i : After successfully completing this course, you should be able to: Describe the basic electrical characteristics of resistive and capacitive medical transducers (outcome 1); Explain the operation of pn-junction diodes and zener diodes (outcome 1); Analyze and design regulated dc power supplies using rectifier diodes and zener diodes (outcome 3 and 9); Explain the operation of bipolar junction transistors (outcome 1); Analyze dc and ac circuits built with bipolar junction transistors (outcomes 1 and 9); Analyze and design transistor-based small-signal amplifiers and transistor switches (outcomes 3 and 9); 1
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Explain the operation of the operational amplifier (outcome 1); Analyze and design single-ended amplifiers, comparators, active filters, instrumentation amplifiers and oscillators built with operational amplifiers (outcomes 3 and 9); Implement, test and troubleshoot the electronic circuits listed above in the laboratory using bench instruments that include an oscilloscope, a digital multimeter, and a function generator (outcomes 2 and 9); Utilize the circuit simulation software MultiSim to analyze, design and troubleshoot electronic circuits similar to those studied in class (outcomes 3 and 9) Function and interact cooperatively and efficiently as a team member to complete laboratory exercises and a 5-week class project (outcomes 4 and 6); Prepare written reports and technical illustrations summarizing procedures, technical results
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