EEL6935-F10-HLec01-intro-4spp

EEL6935-F10-HLec01-intro-4spp - Lecture 0: Introduction EEL...

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1 EEL 6935 Analog and Mixed-Signal Electronics for Biomedical Applications Fall 2010 Section: 7812 Lecture 0: Introduction Course Outline In vivo biomedical devices Practical Information Instructor – Rizwan Bashirullah – Office: 527 NEB, – E-mail: rizwan@ufl.edu – Tel: (352) 392-0622, – Fax: (352) 392-8381 Admin – Janet Sloan, 526 NEB – (352) 392-2723, holman@ece.ufl.edu Practical Information Class – Meeting time: MWF 11:45-12:35 (period 5) – Location: NEB 202 – Website: http://www.icr.ece.ufl.edu/teaching/EEL6935- F10/F10-6935.htm (password protected) – Instructor Office Hours: MW 12:35 - 1:20pm TA – Chris Dougherty ( chrisdoc@ufl.edu ) – Office hours: TBA
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2 Class Material Required Textbooks – Title: Medical Instrumentation Application and Design – Author: John G. Webster – Publication date and edition: 4th ed, John Wiley & Sons, 2010 – ISBN: 0471676004; ISBN-13: 9780471676003 Reference Textbooks – Microelectronic Circuits, A.S. Sedra & K.C. Smith, 5th ed, Oxford University Press, 2004 – Analog Integrated Circuit Design, D. Johns, K. Martin, John Wiley & Sons – Low Noise Electronic System Design, C.D. Motchenbacher, J.A. Connelly, John Wiley & Sons – Neil H.E. Weste, David Harris, “CMOS VLSI Design, A Circuits and Systems Perspective,” 3rd Edition, Pearson, Addison-Wesley, 2005. ISBN 0-321-14901-7 – PSPICE or LT SPICE: available in the ECE PC lab Class Material Journal/Conference References – Journal of Solid State Circuits (JSSC), TVLSI, CAS-I and II – ISSCC, VLSI Symposium, CICC, ISCAS Web Links – IEEE Explorer Course Goals This course will focus on advanced topics of mixed signal circuit design for in vivo wireless biomedical devices . We will cover topics such as low power low noise amplifiers, A/D converters, power management circuits and communication techniques . You will be introduced to specific issues associated with the electrical environment of living organisms, bioelectric signal characteristics and the acquisition of physiological signals . Course Goals • This course is intended to introduce the basic electronic circuits, techniques and considerations for the development of biomedical implantable devices . • Several case studies of implantable assistive and therapeutic devices will be presented.
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3 Tentative Course Outline Ch 11, 12, 13 J&M ADC Fundamentals Notes High Impedance Techniques and interference reduction Notes Biopotential Amplifiers and Analysis Ch 5 JG Biopotential Electrodes Ch 4 JG Ch 1 JG Origin of Biopotentials Physiological measurement variables notes Feedback Ch 1,2 M&C Noise Fundamentals Ch 1, 2, 4, 7 S&S Opamp review MOS review Basic amplifiers review Notes Implantable Systems Notes Orientation Chapters Topic Tentative Course Outline Ch 2 JG Notes Basic Sensors and Principles Ch 13 JG Notes Therapeutic and Assist Devices Ch 14 JG Electrical Safety Ch. 1 JG Notes Regulation of Medical Devices Notes Assembly and Packaging Notes Wireless Data and Modulation Schemes Notes Energy Harvesters Notes Wireless Power Transfer Notes Portable Power Supplies and Circuits Notes Digital Signal Processing
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