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BME 310 Biomedical Computing - J.Schesser 1 BME-310 Biomedical Computing
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BME 310 Biomedical Computing - J.Schesser 2 Introduction to Signals and Systems Lecture #1 Chapter 1
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BME 310 Biomedical Computing - J.Schesser 3 What Is this Course All About ? • To Gain an Appreciation of the Various Types of Signals and Systems • To Analyze The Various Types of Systems • To Learn the Skills and Tools needed to Perform These Analyses. • To Understand How Computers Process Signals and Systems
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BME 310 Biomedical Computing - J.Schesser 4 What are Signals? • A Signal is a term used to denote the information carrying property being transmitted to or from an entity such as a device, instrument, or physiological source •E x a m p l e s : – Radio and Television Signals – Telecommunications and Computer Signals – Biomedical Engineering Signals
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BME 310 Biomedical Computing - J.Schesser 5 What is a System? • A System is a term used to denote an entity that processes or operates on Signal(s) to transform one signal to another – Manipulate – Change – Record – Transmit • A System has inputs and outputs •E x a m p l e s – Amplifiers, Radios, Televisions – Telephone, Modem, Computer – Oscilloscopes, ECG, EEG, EMG
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2010 for the course BE BME310 taught by Professor J.schesser during the Spring '10 term at NJIT.

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BME310computingcw1 - BME-310 Biomedical Computing BME 310...

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