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Course Synopsis

The course is aimed at providing an overview of modern instrumentation and measurement techniques. It is divided into four main topics namely the fundamentals of electronic instrumentation and measurement systems; the working principles and application of sensors and transducers; principles and application of signal conditioning circuits including bridges, amplifiers and filters; and finally display, data acquisition and interfacing techniques.

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