ECE 415 - Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory

Semesters Offered

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Biomedical Instrumentation LabBIOE415AB343868LAB01300 - 1550 M  ARR Digital Computer Lab Marcia A Pool
Biomedical Instrumentation LabBIOE415AB443869LAB01300 - 1550 W  ARR Digital Computer Lab Marcia A Pool
Biomedical Instrumentation LabBIOE415AL143870LEC21200 - 1250 W  153 Mechanical Engineering Bldg Marcia A Pool
Biomedical Instrumentation LabECE415AB363211LAB01300 - 1550 M  ARR Digital Computer Lab Marcia A Pool
Biomedical Instrumentation LabECE415AB463210LAB01300 - 1550 W  ARR Digital Computer Lab Marcia A Pool
Biomedical Instrumentation LabECE415AL163209LEC21200 - 1250 W  153 Mechanical Engineering Bldg Marcia A Pool

Official Description

Course Information: Same as BIOE 415. See BIOE 415.

Subject Area

Biomedical Imaging, Bioengineering, and Acoustics

Course Director

Description

Laboratory to accompany ECE 414. Design and analysis of medical instrumentation; transducers, biopotential amplifiers, computer interfacing, basic signal processing. Introduction to complete instrument development; design, fabrication, modeling, packing, and display.

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Notes

Same as BIOE 415.

Topics

  • Instrumentation amplifiers
  • Operational amplifier circuits
  • Vascular Doppler measurement of cardiac cycle parameters
  • Sensors
  • Heart rate monitor
  • EOG, EMG, and ECG amplifiers
  • Electrodes, the skin-electrode interface
  • Design exercises

Detailed Description and Outline

Topics:

  • Instrumentation amplifiers
  • Operational amplifier circuits
  • Vascular Doppler measurement of cardiac cycle parameters
  • Sensors
  • Heart rate monitor
  • EOG, EMG, and ECG amplifiers
  • Electrodes, the skin-electrode interface
  • Design exercises

Same as BIOE 415.

Computer Usage

Computer acquisition and control of biosignals

Lab Projects

  1. Weekly laboratory reports
  2. Course Notes

Topical Prerequisites

  • Basic Circuit theory
  • Differential equations
  • Basic time/frequency domain concepts

Texts

Khandpur, Biomedical Instrumentation, McGraw Hill, 2005.

ABET Category

Engineering Science: 50%
Engineering Design: 50%

Last updated

2/13/2013