Most often, people use Fitness trackers for keeping track of their fitness activity, set achievable goals and to motivate themselves. Fitness trackers are mostly wearable electronics that measure/track your activity such as steps taken, distance walked, calorie consumption and even heart rate in some cases. Most fitness trackers have an accelerometer that helps in tracking our activity. Some fitness trackers may also have altimeter, music player and many other features. So, how does the fitness tracker do it?
List of projects and titles which i collected from IEEE / WEB / BME mags
I HAVE BEEN RECEIVING A LOT OF REQUESTS REGARDING PROJECT IDEAS, KEEPING IN MIND ALL THOSE REQUEST I DECIDED TO PUT IN THIS.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE PROJECT TITLE BELOW, WE CAN HAVE DISCUSSION REGARDING IT & work on for implementation of that project
LOOKING FORWARD FOR PEOPLE’S RESPONSE TO THESE TITLES N WORKING FURTHER IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH PARADIGM
Below given are certain notes in microcontrollers which will help you enhance your basic knowledge in microcontrollers starting from the very basic concepts these notes help in undersatnding the in depth knowledge about 8051
Its good for students as well as lecturers who are new for this field.
CHAPTER 3(DIODE CIRCUITS)
CHAPTER 4(BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTOR)
CHAPTER 5(BASIC BJT AMPLIFIERS)
CHAPTER 6(FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTOR)
1 – Introduction to MEMS & Microsystems [59:42]
2 – Introduction to Microsensors [59:48]
3 – Evoluation of MEMS, Microsensors, Market Survey [59:41]
4 – Application of MEMS [59:42]
5 – MEMS Materials [59:58]
6 – MEMS Materials Properties [59:41]
7 – MEMS Materials Properties (Contd.) [01:00:50]
8 – Microelectronic Technology for MEMS – II [59:53]
9 – Microelectronic Technology for MEMS – III [59:48]
10 – Micromachining Technology for MEMS [59:47]
(PhysOrg.com) — Tiny devices made possible by combining the latest advances in mechanical and electronics technology could be at the heart of next-generation personal navigation and vehicle stabilisation tools thanks to European researchers.