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A self-powered urinary incontinence sensor consisting of a flexible urine-activated battery and a wireless transmitter has been developed as an application for wireless biosensor networks. The flexible urine-activated battery is embedded in a disposal diaper and makes possible both the sensing of urine leakage and self-powered operation. An intermittent(More)
A self-powered urinary incontinence sensor with a flexible wire-type urine-activated battery that is embedded in a diaper has been developed as an application for wireless biosensor networks. Since the battery is flexible, it conforms to the shape of the diaper when the diaper is worn. The stress produce by the curvature presses the electrodes firmly(More)
Proposed here is a new clock-distribution network for multiple clock domain SoCs, one that employs vernier clock generators. Although only one global-clock frequency is used, the clock frequency of individual IP cores can be varied. Furthermore, these variations can be conducted adaptively in fine increments under operating conditions, and clock signals can(More)
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