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Learning Objectives

  • LO1: To develop exposure and knowledge on various circuit elements, principles, and operations.
  • LO2: To enable hands-on experience in the design and fabrication of electronic circuits

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: An ability to design and build electronic circuits for biomedical signal acquisition, as well as to analyse and interpret biomedical signals
  • CO2: Ability to Use National Instruments’ Multisim circuit modelling and analysis application software.
  • CO3: Ability to use Digilent Analog Discovery Portable Circuit Design Kit (aka Portable Lab) to perform simple analog circuit experiments.

Course Contents

  1. Network theorems, voltage, and current division.
  2. Diode circuits
  3. Passive filters
  4. Transistor amplifiers
  5. Active filters
  6. Signal conditioning circuits
  7. Medical signal acquisition circuits

Recommended Tools: NI-Multisim software for simulations, Digilent Analog Discovery kits and Waveforms software for hands-on circuit implementation.


  1. Microelectronic Circuits by Sedra Smith, 5th edition, 2004
  2. Electric Circuits, Nilsson, J.W. and Riedel, S.A., 9th edition, 2011

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