Biomedical Engineering Theory And Practice/Biosensors & Biochips

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2.1 The role of instrumentation in biomedical engineering.

2.2 a very swift review of basic electronics: Charge, Current, Voltage, Power, Energy, Resistance Kirchhoff ’s Law's, Resistors in Series and Parallel Voltage and Current Divider Rules Linear Network Analysis: Nodal Mesh etc Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorems Inductors, Capacitors & Combinations

2.3 Bioinstrumentation specific stuff: Amplifiers for Biopotential Time Variant Signals & Phasors Passive & Active Filters instrumentation Design Waveform Generators for testing Signal analysis and software

Further Reading[edit]