BME 314 Lecture 15 2010-1

BME 314 Lecture 15 2010-1 - BiomedicalInstrumentation:...

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Biomedical Instrumentation:  Basic Introduction Krish Roy, Ph.D. Associate Professor Biomedical Engineering
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Learning Objectives By the end of this lecture, you should be able to: Describe the components of a basic instrumentation system Define feedback control and noise Make basic calculations for analog circuits (series and parallel resistance, impedance, etc.) Define parallel and series components for an electric circuit Derive the expressions for equivalent resistance for parallel and series resistors Analyze the Wheatstone bridge circuit
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Examples of biomedical instruments
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Examples of biomedical instruments
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Examples of biomedical instruments
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Examples of biomedical instruments
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Principles of Instrumentation What is the fundamental "common principle" for all instruments? Define "measurand": List examples of typical measurands in biomedicine:
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Principles of Instrumentation Instrumentation systems typically consist of a sensor that measures a desired property,
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