Low power biosensor and decimator design
This paper examines the use of low power circuits applied to biosensors used to observe neurotransmission. The term "biosensors" in the broadest sense describes many devices which are used to measure a biological state e.g. neural signal acquisition. The methods for developing biosensors are just as diverse, but one common thread is that many biomedical devices are battery operated and require low power for mobility. As biosensors become more complex they also require more functions such as data storage, digital signal processing, RF transmission etc. The more functions a sensor needs, the tighter ...
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