Analog and Digital IC’s LAB

The Linear Integrated Circuits course introduces the concept and application of operational amplifiers. Without a sufficient amount of laboratory experiments, students are left with rather vague concepts regardless of the instructor’s effectiveness. Laboratory assignments clarify textbook formulas and examples, as well as help to close the gap between theory and real-life problems.

     Portable, wearable and networked medical devices for the diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment of diseases are vital and desired for future mHealth applications. For the pursuit of convenience, low power and low cost, the system of mHealth instrumentations should be developed as small as possible and the power consumption should be the lower the better, therefore; integrated circuits (ICs) designed for biomedical fields are necessary in these mHealth applications.

     The key challenge in designing biomedical ICs is the pursuit of low frequency, low noise, and low power, and thus, there is a trade-off between noise and power, and tradeoff between area, cost and bandwidth, because:

1) biomedical signals are usually low frequency, week and noisy, and

2) the relevant biomedical devices should be wearable and portable in the practical applications.

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SIMATS

      Saveetha Institute of Medical And Technical Sciences is based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu state of Southern India. Saveetha Institute of Medical And Technical Sciences is one of India's Leading Education Machineries, and the largest Specialist Centre for Education of all disciplines like Medicine, Dental Surgery, Engineering, Physiotherapy, Nursing, Law and Management.

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SSE

  Saveetha School of Engineering has the best infrastructure with 100% A/C class rooms, labs, state of the art seminar halls, discussion centre, board roams. Exquisite Learning resource centre. Air conditioned hostel, smart mess and so many more cutting edge facilities.