Special Issue "Circuit Design and Signal Processing Technique for Biomedical Device and System"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2023) | Viewed by 2742
Interests: analog signal processing; ultra-low-power circuit; transceiver; noise; distortion
Traditional biomedical devices operate with batteries in vivo. The use of a battery necessitates the large footprint of the device and determines its limited life-time. Thus, biomedical device realized with a small foot-print integrated circuit (IC) empowered by wireless power transfer have proven to be useful, but the reported (earlier) works have seen limited performances in the amount of available power in vivo, biosafety, data rate, and energy efficiency of biotelemetry.
This Special Issue aims to highlight the development of mimiaturized, biomedical sensors improving the scalability of the system and energy efficiency. Topics include but are not limited to the following:
- autonomous operation;
- biomedical implants;
- biomedical sensor;
- energy harvesting;
- fully integrated system;
- implantable device;
- integrated circuits;
- low power transceiver;
- sensor interface;
- wireless power transfer
Dr. Jusung Kim
Prof. Dr. Fabian Khateb
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