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ECE 5030: Electronic Bioinstrumentation

ECE 5030: Electronic Bioinstrumentation (Spring 2013, Cornell University). Instructor: Bruce Land. This course covers the theory and practical aspects of recording and analyzing electronic data collected from biological systems. Topics may include electrode and amplifier design, tissue impedance and effects on waveforms, sensors, statistical and signal processing algorithms, noise reduction, and safety considerations.

Course Introduction


Lecture 01 - Course Introduction and Some Biology
Lecture 02 - Intro and Neurobiology
Lecture 03 - Matlab and Analog Interface
Lecture 04 - Analog Interface to Matlab
Lecture 05 - Pulse Blood Pressure Circuitry
Lecture 06 - Opamps
Lecture 07 - More Opamp Circuits
Lecture 08 - Noise and Power
Lecture 09 - Electromyography Design
Lecture 10 - Finger Plethysmograph and EMG
Lecture 11 - ECG from Arm
Lecture 12 - Filtering
Lecture 13 - Filters and Isolators
Lecture 14 - Heart Pulse Rate
Lecture 15 - Design Project and Adaptive Filter
Lecture 16 - Adaptive Filters
Lecture 17 - Answering Questions from Students
Lecture 18 - Answering Questions
Lecture 19 - Action Potential Transistor Model
Lecture 20 - Retina Organization

References
ECE 5030 - Electronic Bioinstrumentation
Taught by Bruce Land. ECE5030 covers the theory and practical aspects of recording and analyzing electronic data collected from biological systems. Reading Assignments. Links.