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Wireless sensor microsystems for emerging biomedical applications (Invited)
- Wireless sensor microsystems for emerging biomedical applications (Invited)
- Je, Minkyu; Cheong, J.H.; Ho, C.K.; Ng, S.S.Y.; Xue, R.-F.; Cha, H.-K.; Liu, X.; Park, W.-T.; Lim, L.S.; He, C.; Cheng, K.-W.; Zou, X.; Chen, Z.; Yao, L.; Cheng, S.J.; Li, P.; Liu, L.; Cheng, M.-Y.; Duan, Z.; Rajkumar, R.; Zheng, Y.; Goh, W.L.; Guo, Y.; Dawe, G.
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- Je, Minkyu
- Issue Date
- IEEE International Symposium on Radio-Frequency Integration Technology, RFIT 2015, 139-141
- Article Type
- Conference Paper
- In this paper, two examples of wireless sensor microsystems for medical devices are presented: a wireless blood flow monitoring microsystem which is fully integrated with a prosthetic vascular graft for early failure detection, and a 100- channel wireless neural recording microsystem In the context of such biomedical applications, high-efficiency wireless transceiver circuit techniques for data communication and power transfer as well as low-power sensor interface circuit techniques are introduced and explained. © 2015 IEEE.
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