The Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation describes the physiological basis and engineering principles of various electromedical equipment. It also includes information on the principles of operation and the performance parameters of a wide range of instruments.This comprehensive handbook covers:Recording and monitoring instrumentsMeasurement and analysis techniquesModern imaging systemsTherapeutic equipmentThe revised edition has been thoroughly updated taking into consideration the technological innovations and the introduction of new and improved methods of medical diagnosis and treatmentIn the higher frequency band of 450-470 MHz, greater transmitter power is allowed, but an FCC licence has to be obtained for operating the system. ... Reception may also get affected by radio frequency wave effects that may result in areas of poor reception or null spots, under some ... 9.1.3 Transmitter Figure 9.4 shows a circuit diagram of the FM transmitter stage commonly used in medical telemetry.
|Title||:||Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation|
|Publisher||:||Tata McGraw-Hill Education - 2003|