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EGR 433 - Electronic Instrumentation for Biomedical Applications

Study of the operating principles of transducer devices and design of modern electronic instrumentation systems with emphasis on biomedical applications. Topics include electronic sensors and measurement principles, design of instrumentation amplifiers for sensors that transduce measured quantities into low level signals in noisy environments, and signal conditioning and display. Cross-listed with EGR 533. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: EGR 315 and EGR 326; or permission of instructor (knowledge of basic electronics and microcontroller applications).

Credits: 3

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