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D.M.

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Hello, i am a student at Sacramento State studying electronics. I think I might want to focus on instrumentation in the biomedical field but have not decided.
I am here to receive feedback for current projects I am working on.

I do not expect solutions (they are acceptable) but mostly I would like outside advice that I can receive from my home computer.

As I read around other posts I feel as if this is the right place for some of my questions, however, I need to make 25 posts before I can do so.

Here's one.
 

Vizier87

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So you'd like to get in biomedical electronics? Biomedical science is very interesting... I'm an electrical major. And my final year project is based heavily on sensors.. biomedical electronics is certainly a field which is more challenging and interesting too.
Your call, I'd go for it if I have enough basics.
 
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