The Breadboard Lab Book includes schematics and design notes for the following BSL BME Labs:
- Square Wave Oscillator
- Instrumentation Amplifier—video 1
- Active Filter: High Pass
- Active Gain Block & Low Pass
- Notch Filter for 50/60 Hz Rejection—video 2
- QRS Detection: Band Pass Filter—video 3
- QRS Detection: Absolute Value Circuit—video 4
- QRS Detection: Low Pass Filter and Overall System Test—video 5
The SS39L ships with one Signal/Power Cable (MP3X to Breadboard) to record signal performance on one channel, and one Signal Cable (SS60L) for an additional signal/channel; supports two channels as shipped, add extra SS60L for more channels. One electrode interface (BSL-TCI22: SS2L to SS39L) is provided for circuit configurations that require electrodes.
Use the Breadboard Accessories to add work stations that can share the signal and/or power cable(s).
- For design guidelines, see Curriculum > H25 BME Breadboard I and H26 Breadboard II (BSL PRO lessons).
Click the Support tab above to read our white papers on using the breadboard system in a BME lab: Physiological Signal Processing Lab, Inquiry-Based Biomedical Signal Processing, and Students As Signal Sources.
- Read more: Virtual Instruments in Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Laboratories, Randy D. Trumbower and John D. Enderle, IEEE ENGINEERING IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY MAGAZINE, JULY/AUGUST 2003