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 Integrated Circuits- 313 BMT

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Syllabus

1.      Program Title: Biomedical Integrated Electronic Circuit

2.      Program code and number: BMT 313

3.      Faculty member responsible for the program: Dr. Ali Saad

4.      Qualification required for faculty member: Ph.D. or M.Sc.

5.      No. of units/Credit hours: 3 hrs.

6.      level at which this course is offered: 6

7.      Pre-requisites: Electronic courses (BMT-211 BMT-212)

8.      Co-requisites: NA

9.      General Goal of program:

·         Understand basics of Integrated Circuits (IC).

·         Application of  IC to medical instrumentation

·         Develop an ability to design and analyze electronic circuits

10.  Short Description of the course: Understand and design of operational amplifier based integrated circuits, such as Comparator, Oscillator, integrator, differentiator, instrumentation amplifier, with application to biomedical instrumentation.

11. Topics to be covered

Topic

No of

Weeks

Total hours

Lecture

Tutorial/ Practical

 operational amplifier

Ideal characteristics

Inverting amplifiers

Summing amplifier

Non-inverting amplifier

Follower

Differential amplifier Comparator

Rectifiers

Inverting amplifier input resistance

Non-inverting configuration

Effect of negative feed back on output resistance

Non-inverting op-amp input resistance

Voltage follower

Band width limitation

Bode plot

Cascade amplifiers

3

12

6

6 

 

OP-Amp Application

 

summing amplifier

practical summing amplifier

averager,

additional summing amplifier circuits

Differential and instrumentation amplifiers

Variable gain inst. Amplifier

Commercial instrumentation amplifier

Voltage to current and current to voltage conversion

Howland current source

Photodiode and phototransistor as current sources

2

8

4

4

 

OP- Amp with complex impedance

 

inverting with complex impedance

non inverting with complex impedance

Differentiator integrator

Practical differentiator

Differentiator of non sinusoidal inputs

 Practical Integrator

Integrator for non sinusoidal inputs

Square wave integration

Non linear op-amp

Logarithmic amplifier

Anti-log amplifier

Analog multiplier

Application: pressure transmitter

Precision rectifiers (half and full wave)

 

2

8

4

4

 

Active filters

filter fundamentals

Lp, HP, BP, Notch , all pass

LP response curve characteristic

Second order LP filter

Design of LP and HP filters

Sallen-key LP and HP filters

Higer order LP and HP filters

Band pass filters, MFBP filter

Band stop filters

States variable filters

All pass filters

 

2

8

4

4

comparators , comparator with positive and negative Feedback, application to comparator.

1

4

2

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

astable multivibrator (oscillators)

triangular wave generator

square wave generator

 

1

4

2

2

11.  Teaching Strategies, program Outcomes, and methods of Assessment:

 

Knowledge

Cognitive Skills

Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

Analytic and Communication skills.

Teaching Strategies

 

 

 

 

program Outcomes

ideal operational amplifier, real operational amplifier, inverting , non inverting amplifier. instrumentation amplifier and its applications operational circuits (summation, difference, logarithm, multiplication division, filters)

 

Design of circuits, (multiplier, divider, integrator,differentiator, log, exponential)

Filers design , low pass high pass and band pass

Home works and practical helps student to works together in groups, and train them  to assume responsibility in writing reports and deliver them at time.

 

methods of Assessment

2 mid-terms written exams (40)and one final written exam (40)+ practical exam and reports (20)

 

 

 

12.  Teaching Sources:

a)      Books or notes:  operational amplifiers with Linear integrated circuit, Fourth edition , William Standly, Prentice Hall Electronics, 2002, ISBN: 0-13-032013-7.

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