ENGG 166 - Medical Instrumentation
Semester Hours: 3.0
Introduction to the nature of biological signals and the systems engineering principles required for their measurement and analysis. Computer applications to the analysis of physiological signals such as the ECG and EEG and to modeling of biological systems. Design and analysis of amplifiers and digital filters for physiological signal conditioning is emphasized. The origins of signals, and the use of transducers, analog devices, operational amplifiers, and system analysis as applied to biological measurements are covered. Introduction to medical imaging systems and modalities. (2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory.)
ENGG 030, 034.
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