Requirement specification for the monitor and alarm system, Electrical Engineering

Prepare a User Requirement Specification for the monitor and alarm system.

User Requirements Specification should be written in a clear and unambiguous manner to state:

• The user's perspective.

• What the product should do.

• What the product should not do.

Particular attention should be given to regulatory requirements and environmental aspects of the system as these will have specific implications on the implementation of the final design in terms of the physical layout and electronic structure.

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