**Lecture notes for EN123
**

*Instrumention Specs*

*Amplifiers: From Ideal to Real*

*Sensitivity vs Range design tradeoff: example: human
rods and cones
(Sensitivity being an analog of amplifier gain...)*

*Electrical Safety, Grounding and Noise*

Global Positioning Satellite (9/11 lecture)

Sampling Theorem, Aliasing, Digital Filtering

*A-D conversion*

Nernst potential and cable equation, conduction
velocity

Electrodes: the metal-aqueous interface

Small Samples, Hypothesis Testing and correlation

Review Notes on Probability & Statistics

Case Study on Relative Humidity Sensing

by John Powning '84, from Sensata, in Attleboro MA

previous lecture on pressure transduction:

Case Study on Pressure Transduction,

Automatic Control Basics

Feedback Derivation for Negative Gain Summation Circuit

Actin-myosin crossbridge cycling in striated
muscle (for Lab LT)

and another set of the notes, for Lab VT,

Hill's equation for muscle tension-velocity curve