ECE 415 - Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory

Semesters Offered

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Biomedical Instrumentation LabBIOE415AB133731LAB1400 - 1650 T  ARR Digital Computer Lab Marcia Pool
Biomedical Instrumentation LabBIOE415AB333734LAB1400 - 1650 R  ARR Digital Computer Lab Marcia Pool
Biomedical Instrumentation LabBIOE415AL133736LEC1200 - 1250 W  114 Transportation Building Marcia Pool
Biomedical Instrumentation LabECE415AB133726LAB1400 - 1650 T  ARR Digital Computer Lab Marcia Pool
Biomedical Instrumentation LabECE415AB333728LAB1400 - 1650 R  ARR Digital Computer Lab Marcia Pool
Biomedical Instrumentation LabECE415AL133730LEC1200 - 1250 W  114 Transportation Building Marcia Pool

Official Description

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

Prerequisites

Credit or concurrent registration in ECE 414

Subject Area

Biomedical Imaging, Bioengineering, and Acoustics

Course Directors

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 Prerequisities

  • 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