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This course covers the fundamental of electronic instrumentation. This includes the working principle and transduction properties of sensors and transducers. Importance and techniques of signal conditioning is emphasized. Element and principles of data acquisition and their applications are discussed. Modern stand-alone and computer-based measurement instruments are covered.

 

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