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# RGPV 3rd Sem CBCS BioMedical Syllabus | RGPV Bio Medical Engg Syllabus CBCS 3rd Sem 2nd Year www.rgpv.ac.in

## RGPV 3rd Sem CBCS BioMedical Syllabus | RGPV Bio Medical Engg Syllabus CBCS 2nd Year

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 RGPV 3rd Sem Biomedical Engineering Subjects RGPV 4th Sem Biomedical Engineering Subjects ·         Mathematics-III (Departmental Mathematics) ·         Sensors & Transducers for Biomedical Measurements ·         DC Electronic Devices and Circuits ·         DC    Human Physiology ·         DC    Network Analysis ·         HU Communication Skills ·         DC    Idea Generation ·         DC    Learning Through Experts ·         Digital Circuits and Systems ·         EAS    System Engineering ·         DC    Analog Electronics ·         DC Clinical Laboratory Equipments ·         DC Microprocessors and Interfacing ·         EAS    Material Science ·         EAS Simulation Lab (MATLAB) ·         HU    NSS/NCC

## RGPV 2nd year CBCS BioMedical Syllabus (3rd Sem Syllabus)

### RGPV 3rd Sem Biomedical Engineering Sensors & Transducers for Biomedical Measurements Syllabus

Sensors & Transducers for Biomedical Measurements Unit-I
Measurements & Errors: Significance of measurements, methods of measurements: Direct
&  indirect  methods,  Mechanical,  Electrical,  Electronic  Instruments,  Classification  of
instruments,  Deflection  &  null  type, Characteristics of  instruments:  accuracy,  precision,
drift,  span  &  range,  Significant  Figures,  Static  Sensitivity,  Linearity,  hysteresis,
Error  &  its  types:  Gross  systematic  error:  Instrumental  Error,  Environmental  error,
observational  error.
Random  error:  Arithmetic  mean,  Range,  deviation,  Average
deviation, Standard deviation, variance etc.
Sensors & Transducers for Biomedical Measurements Unit-II
CRO  &  Measurements:  Basic  CRO  Circuit,  Dual  trace  Oscilloscope,  Dual  beam
Oscilloscope,  Sampling  Oscilloscope,  Analog  Storage  Oscilloscope,  Digital  Storage
Oscilloscope.
Measurement with CRO: Frequency, Voltage, Current, Phase, Dielectric, Frequency ratio
etc.
A.C  Bridges:  General  equation  for  bridge  balance,  Measurement  of  inductance,
Capacitance and Q of the coil, Capacitance Maxwell’s, Wiens, Schering Bridge, Wagner
Earth Tester.
Sensors & Transducers for Biomedical Measurements Unit-III
Signal generator, Function  generator, sweep frequency generator, Pulse and square wave
generator,  Wave  Analyzers,  Harmonic  Distortion  Analyzer,  Spectrum  Analyzer,
Heterodyne  frequency  meter,  frequency  counter,  measurement  errors,  automatic  and
computing  counter,  Digital  voltmeter,  Ramp  type  DVM,  Integrating  DVM,  successive
approximation DVM.
Sensors & Transducers for Biomedical Measurements Unit –IV
Transducer:  Electrical  transducers,  classification  of  transducers,  resistive   transducer,
resistance  thermometers,  thermistors,  thermocouples,  Inductive  transducer,  LVDT,
Capacitive, piezoelectric, hall effect transducers. Measurement of non Electrical quantity:
Displacement,  strain,  flow  measurements,  Rota  meter,  Venturi  meter,  Bourdon  tube
pressure  transducer, temperature.
Sensors & Transducers for Biomedical Measurements Unit-V
Sensors:  Gas  Sensor,  NBA  agent,  Microbial  sensor,  electro  analytical  sensor,  Enzyme
based  sensor-glucose  sensor,  Electronic  nose  –halitosis,  breath  analysis.  Advances  in
sensor  technology:  lab  –on  –a  chip,  smart  sensor,  MEMS  and  Nano  sensor.  Radiation
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### RGPV 3rd Sem Biomedical Engineering Electronic Devices and Circuits Syllabus

Unit I Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs)
Physical  structure  and  operation  modes,  Active  region  operation  of  transistor,  D.C.
analysis of transistor circuits, Transistor as an amplifier, Biasing the  BJT: fixed bias,
emitter  feedback  bias,  collector  feedback  bias  and,  voltage  divider  bias.  Basic  BJT
amplifier  configuration:  common  emitter,  common  base  and  common  collector
amplifiers. Transistor as a switch: cut-off and saturation modes. High frequency model
of BJT amplifier.
Unit II Field Effect Transistor (FET)
Junction  Field-Effect  Transistor  (JFET)  -  Construction,  Operation  and  Biasing,
Depletion-type  MOSFET,  Enhancement-type  MOSFET:  structure  and  physical
operation,  current-voltage  characteristics.  D.C.  operation  of  MOSFET  circuits,
MOSFET as an amplifier,  Biasing  in MOSFET amplifiers,  Basic MOSFET amplifier
configuration: common source, common gate and common drain types. High frequency
Model of MOSEFT amplifier .
Unit III Multistage Amplifiers
Amplifier configuration, Multistage or Cascade amplifier: classification of multi-stage
amplifier, coupling and frequency response of cascaded systems, effect of cascading on
multiuser  amplifier  gain,  impedances  bandwidth  etc.  Types of  coupling,  cascade  and
cascode circuits, Miller theorem, Darlington pair, bootstrap circuit.
Unit IV Power and Tuned Amplifiers
Power  amplifier:  Class  A  large  signal  amplifiers,  second-harmonic  distortion,
Transformer  coupled  audio  power  amplifier,  Class  B  amplifier,  Class  AB  operation
push  pull  and  Class  C  power  amplifiers.  Comparison  of  their  efficiencies,  types  of
distortion.
Tuned amplifier: single tuned, double tuned and stagger tuned amplifiers characteristics
and their frequency response.
Unit V Feedback Amplifiers and Oscillators
Feedback Amplifiers: Concept of feedback, positive and negative feedback, voltage and
current  feedback,  series  and  shunt  feedback,  effect  of  feedback  on  performance
characteristics of an amplifier, stability criterion.
Oscillators:  Condition  for  sustained  oscillation,  R-C  phase  shift,  Hartley,  Colpitts,
Crystal  and  Wein  bridge  oscillators,  Negative  resistance  Oscillator,  Relaxation
Oscillator.
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### RGPV 3rd Sem Biomedical Engineering Human Physiology Syllabus

Unit –I
Nervous System:
Structure  of  Neurons,  Synapse  and  neurotransmitters,  Central  and  Peripheral  nervous
system,  various  parts  of  nervous  system;  Brain:  Parts  and  functions;  Spinal  cord,  CSF, Ventricles of the brain, Autonomic nervous system, Reflex action.
Unit -II
Special Senses:
Eye: Anatomy of Eye & Physiology of Vision, Ear: Structure of Ear & Physiology of
Hearing, Nose: Sense of Smell, Tongue: Sense of Taste.
Unit –III
Endocrine System :
Brief  idea  of  location  of  endocrine  glands,  Hormones  of  pituitary,  pineal,  thyroid,
parathyroid,  pancreas,  adrenal  glands  and  gonads,  feedback  mechanism.  Mechanism  of hormone action effects of hypo secretion and hyper secretion of various hormones of the
above mentioned glands.
Unit –IV
Digestive System:
Anatomy  of  digestive  system,  movement  of  gastrointestinal  tract,  mastication,
deglutination,  physiological  activities  in  mouth, pharynx,  esophagus, stomach, pancreas,
liver, gall bladder, small and large Intestine, Digestion and absorption.
Unit –V
Excretory System:
Anatomy  of  Urinary  System  and  Structure  of  Nephron,  Physiology  of  urine  formation, physiology  of  micturition,  Concentration  and  Dilution  of  urine,  Composition  of  Urine. Principles of Heamodylysis
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### RGPV 3rd Sem Biomedical Engineering Network Analysis Syllabus

Network Analysis Unit I
Introduction  to  LLBP  circuit  elements  R,L,C  and   their  characteristics  in  terms  of
Linearity  &  time  dependent  nature,  KCL  and  KVL  analysis  dual  networks  analysis  of magnetically coupled circuits Dot convention, coupling co-efficient, Tuned circuits. Series
& parallel resonance voltage & current sources, controlled sources.
Network Analysis Unit II
Network topology,  concept of Network graph, Tree, Tree branch & link, Incidence matrix,
cut set and tie set matrices.
Network  Theorems  –  Thevenins  &  Norton’s  theorem,  superposition,  reciprocity,
compensation,  maximum  power  transfer  and  Millman’s  theorem,  problems   with
controlled sources.
Network Analysis Unit III
Transient analysis Transients in RL, RC & RLC Circuits initial conditions, time constants.
Network driven by constant driving sources & their solutions.
Steady  state  analysis  -  Concept  of  phasor  &  vector,  impedance  &  admittance.  Node  & mesh analysis of RL,RC and RLC networks with sinusoidal and other driving sources.
Network Analysis Unit IV
Frequency domain analysis –  Laplace transform solution of Integro differential equations.
Transform  of  Waveform  –  synthesized  with  step  ramp,  Gate  and  sinusoidal  functions.
Initial & final value theorem. Network Theorems in transform domain.
Concept of signal spectra, Fourier series co-efficient of a periodic waveform. Waveform
symmetries. Trigonometric and Exponential form of Fourier series, steady state  response
to periodic signals.
Network Analysis Unit V
Network function & Two port networks  –  concept of complex frequency, port. Network
functions of one port & two ports, poles and zeros network of different kinds.
Two  port  parameters  –  Z,Y,  chain  parameters  relationship  between  parameters.
Interconnection of two ports. Terminated two port network.