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A low-power ASK demodulator for inductively coupled implantable electronics

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  • An Amplitude Shift Keying (Ask) Demodulator Is Presented Which Is Suitable For Implantable Electroni
  • The Demodulator Has Been Tested With Carrier Frequencies In The Range 1-15 Mhz
  • Covering Most Commonly Used Frequencies
  • Data Rates Up To Several 100Kbit/S Are Supported
  • Suitable For Complex Implants Such As Stimulating Electrode Arrays Or Visual Implants
  • The Circuit Is Compatible With Modulation Depths In The Range 10-100%
  • The Low End Of The Range Permits Data Transmission Without Significant Reduction In Power Transfer
  • Or The Use Of Transmitter Designs With Limited Modulation Capability
  • The Power Consumption Is 60 μW From A 3 V Supply
  • The Circuit Has Been Implemented In A Standard Cmos Process

Abstract

A low-power ASK demodulator for inductively coupled implantable electronics - DTU Orbit (04/03/14) A low-power ASK demodulator for inductively coupled implantable electronics - DTU Orbit (04/03/14) Gudnason G. 2000. A low-power ASK demodulator for inductively coupled implantable electronics. In Proceedings of the 26th European Solid-State Circuits Conference. pp. 385-388.

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