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Author Northrop, Robert B.
Title Analysis and application of analog electronic circuits to biomedical instrumentation / Robert B. Northrop.
Imprint Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2012.
Edition Second edition.

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Author Northrop, Robert B.
Series Biomedical engineering series.
Biomedical engineering series (Boca Raton, Fla.) http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n98051707
Subject Analog electronic systems.
Medical electronics.
Biomedical engineering.
Electric circuits.
Electronics, Medical -- methods.
Amplifiers, Electronic.
Biomedical Engineering -- instrumentation.
Signal Processing, Computer-Assisted.
Description 1 online resource (xl, 531 pages) : illustrations.
Edition Second edition.
Note Print version record.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 525-531).
Summary "This text is intended for use in a classroom course on Analysis and Application of Analog Electronic Circuits to Biomedical Instrumentation taken by junior or senior undergraduate students specializing in Biomedical Engineering. It focuses on the electronic components and subsystems that makeup the diverse instruments that are used in biomedical instrumentation. It will also serve as a reference book for biophysics and medical students interested in the topics. Readers are assumed to have had introductory, core courses up to the junior level in engineering mathematics, including complex algebra, calculus, and introductory differential equations. They also should have taken a college physics course containing electricity and magnetism. As the result of taking these courses, readers should be familiar with systems block diagrams, the concepts of frequency response and transfer functions, and should be able to solve simple, linear, ordinary differential equations, and do basic manipulations in linear algebra. It is also important to have an understanding of the working principles of the various basic solid-state devices (diodes, bipolar junction transistors, and fieldeffect transistors) used in electronic circuits with biomedical applications. Rationale The interdisciplinary field of Biomedical Engineering is demanding in that it requires its followers to know and master not only certain engineering skills (electronics, materials, mechanical, and photonic) but also a diversity of material in the biological sciences (anatomy, biochemistry, molecular biology, genomics, physiology, etc.)"--Provided by publisher.
Contents All chapters include an introduction and chapter summary. Sources and Properties of Biomedical Signals ; Sources of Endogenous Bioelectric Signals; Nerve Action Potentials; Muscle Action Potentials; The Electrocardiogram; Other Biopotentials; Electrical Properties of Bioelectrodes; Exogenous Bioelectric Signals; ; Properties and Models of Semiconductor Devices Used in Analog Electronic Systems ; pn Junction Diodes; Midfrequency Models for BJT Behavior; Midfrequency Models for Field-Effect Transistors; High-Frequency Models for Transistors and Simple Transistor Amplifiers; Photons, Photodiodes, Photoconductors, LEDs,
And Laser Diodes; ; The Differential Amplifier ; DA Circuit Architecture; Common-Mode Rejection Ratio; CM and DM Gain of Simple DA Stages at High Frequencies; Input Resistance of Simple Transistor DAs; How Signal Source Impedance Affects the Low-Frequency CMRR; How Op Amps Can be Used to Make DAs for Medical Applications; ; General Properties of Electronic, Single-Loop Feedback Systems ; Classification of Electronic Feedback Systems; Some Effects of Negative Voltage Feedback; Effects of Negative Current Feedback; Positive Voltage Feedback; ; Feedback, Frequency Response,
And Amplifier Stability ; Review of Amplifier Frequency Response; What Is Meant by Feedback System Stability; The Use of Root Locus in Feedback Amplifier Design; Use of Root-Locus in the Design of "Linear" Oscillators; ; Operational Amplifiers and Comparators ; The Ideal Op Amp; Practical Op Amps; Gain-Bandwidth Relations for Voltage-Feedback OAs; Gain-Bandwidth Relations in Current Feedback Amplifiers; Analog Voltage Comparators; Some Applications of Op Amps in Biomedicine; ; Introduction to Analog Active Filters ; Active Filter Applications; Types of Analog Active Filters; Electronically Tunable AFs; ; Instrumentation and Medical Isolation Amplifiers ; Instrumentation Amps; Medical Isolation Amps; Safety Standards in Medical Electronic Amplifiers; Medical-Grade Power Supplies; ; Noise and the Design of Low-Noise Signal Conditioning Systems for Biomedical
Applications ; Descriptors of Random Noise in Biomedical Measurement Systems; Propagation of Noise Through LTI Filters; Noise Factor and Figure of Amplifiers; Cascaded Noisy Amplifiers; Noise in Differential Amplifiers; Effect of Feedback on Noise; Examples of Noise-Limited Resolution of Certain Signal Conditioning Systems; Some Low-Noise Amplifiers; The Art of Low-Noise Signal Conditioning System Design; ; Digital Interfaces ; Aliasing and the Sampling Theorem; Digital-to-Analog Converters; Sample-and-Hold Circuits; Analog-to-Digital Converters; Quantization Noise; ; Modulation and Demodulation of Biomedical Signals ; Modulation of a Sinusoidal Carrier Viewed in the Frequency Domain; Implementation of AM; Generation of Phase and Frequency Modulation; Demodulation of Modulated Sinusoidal Carriers; Modulation and Demodulation of Digital Carriers; ; Power Amplifiers and Their Applications
In Biomedicine ; Power Output Devices; Classes of Power Amplifiers: PA Efficiency; Class D Power Amplifiers; Nonlinearity and Distortion in PAs; IC Voltage Regulators in Medical Electronic Systems; Heatsinking; ; Wireless Patient Monitoring ; Sensors and Sensor Signals Communicated in WPM; Modulation in WPM; RF Communications Protocols Used in WPM; UHF Transmitters and Antennas; WPM Systems; How WPM Reduces the Probability of Patient Microshock; Privacy in WPM; ; RFID Tags, GPS Tags,
And Ultrasonic Tags Used in Ecological Research ; Applications of RFID Tags; Design of RFID Tags; Tag Readers; GPS Tags; Ultrasonic Tags in Fisheries Biology; ; Examples of Special Analog Circuits and Systems Used in Biomedical Instrumentation ; The Phase-Sensitive Rectifier; Phase Detectors; Voltage and Current-Controlled Oscillators; Phase-Lock Loops; True RMS Converters; IC Temperature Sensors; Three Examples of Medical Instrumentation Systems; ; Appendix ; Glossary ; Bibliography and Recommended Reading
ISBN 1439866694
9781439866696
9781439866696
9781439898826
1439898820
OCLC # 863646154
Additional Format Print version: Northrop, Robert B. Analysis and application of analog electronic circuits to biomedical instrumentation. 2nd ed. Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2012 9781439866696 (DLC) 2012000327 (OCoLC)768072488.


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