BIOMEDE 211 - Circuits and Systems for Biomedical Engineering

Instructor: James Weiland, PhD & Barry Belmont, PhD
Students learn circuits and linear systems concepts necessary for analysis and design of biomedical systems. Theory is motivated by examples from biomedical engineering. Topics covered include electrical circuit fundamentals, operational amplifiers, frequency response, electrical transients, impulse response, transfer functions and convolution, all motivated by circuit and biomedical examples. Elements of continuous time domain-frequency domain analytical techniques are developed.
Prerequisites: MATH 216 or 256 or 286, and Physics 240 or 260. Minimum grade of a “C-” required for enforced prerequisites.
Credits: 4

Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous, In-Person – Synchronous