BME 313 Bioinstrumentation
Fall 2013
Course Administration and Policies
Instructors
Joel L. Berry, PhD
802 Shelby Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building
(205) 996-9661
jlberry@uab.edu
Prerequisites
EE312 (may be taken concurrently), MA 227 and Und
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BME 313 Bioinstrumentation
Lab 3 - Pulse Detector
Due Date Sunday November 24
You will be required to turn in a report for this lab on Sunday, November 24th.
The form of the report is detailed at the end of this document.
In this lab you build a bioinstru
Measurement Errors & Statistics
Measurement errors may result from
Measurand (Patient)
Operator
Measurement system
Environment changes may also provide errors
Noise
A signal without noise
(Desired true value)
Undesired signals (noise) may be
superimpo
BME 313 Bioinstrumentation
Lab 2 Inverting Operational Amplifiers
You will be required to turn a report for this lab on Wednesday, October 16. The
form of the report will be answers to ALL questions that are asked of you in this
document. Show your work o
How K-Space Works
we will review:
storing
data in
k-space
This is covered in the
What is K-Space?
tutorial. Knowledge of
what kind of data we
are collecting is
essential.
what the
Fourier
transform
does
spatial encoding
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maths!
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What is k-space?
If you were asked to explain how an automobile works, you could
divide your answer into two parts. 1: what it is and what it does,
and 2: how it works. An automobile is a box on wheels that gets
you from one place to another under its own
Bioinstrumentation BME313
Lab 3 Simple Wireless Transmitter
Due Date Monday October 28th
The purpose of this BME313 lab assignment is to build a simple wireless
transmitter circuit on a breadboard. You will construct this circuit and use your
smartphone o
Bioinstrumentation BME313 Lab #1
The 2 purposes of this BME313 lab assignment is to 1) develop your
familiarization with LabVIEW as a voltage source and as a data acquisition
system and 2) to familiarize you with soldering resistors to a printed circuit b
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BME 313
Bioinstrumentation
Fall 2013
Homework Assignment #3
The problems below are representative of the problems you will see on Exam #2.
Work them by following the notes that were given in class. You are responsible
for making sure the answers you provi
BME 313
Bioinstrumentation
Fall 2013
Homework Assignment #2
Due Date: in class Wednesday September 18, 2013
1.
Normal (Gaussian) distribution (2 pts) As a newly hired biomedical
engineer working for a major medical device company and making a fat salary,
BME 313
Bioinstrumentation
Fall 2011
Homework Assignment #1
Due Date: in class Wednesday August 29, 2011
1.
Normal (Gaussian) distribution (2 pts) As a newly hired biomedical
engineer working for a major medical device company and making a fat salary,
you
Complex Numbers
The mathematics used in Electrical Engineering to add together resistances. currents or DC voltages uses what are
called "real numbers". But real numbers are not the only kind of numbers we need to use especially when dealing
with frequenc
Fourier Analysis
Fourier analysis follows from Fouriers theorem, which states that every function
can be completely expressed as a sum of sines and cosines of various amplitudes and
frequencies. This is a pretty impressive assertion no matter what the sha
BME 313 Bioinstrumentation Fall 2013 - Detailed Course Outline
Date
26 Aug
Lecture
1
28 Aug
2
2 Sept
4 Sept
9 Sept
11 Sept
16 Sept
18 Sept
23 Sept
25 Sept
30 Sept
2 Oct
7 Oct
9 Oct
14 Oct
16 Oct
21 Oct
23 Oct
28 Oct
30 Oct
4 Nov
6 Nov
11 Nov
13 Nov
18 Nov
BME 313 Bioinstrumentation
Fall 2013
Course Administration and Policies
Instructors
Prerequisites
Meeting Time
And Place
Office Hours
Text
Attendance
Course
Goals
Joel L. Berry,
PhD
802 Shelby
Interdisciplinary
Biomedical
Research Building
(205) 996-9661
BME 313 Bioinstrumentation
Fall 2013
COURSE CONTRACT AND INFORMATION SHEET
Each student must read, sign, date and email this form to me within the first week of class.
COURSE CONTRACT:
I have read and understand all of the course policies, including, but
Basic Principles
Fourier theory states that any signal, in our case visual images, can be expressed as
a sum of a series of sinusoids. In the case of imagery, these are sinusoidal variations
in brightness across the image. For example the sinusoidal patte