Iasonas F. Triantis

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Electroneurogram (ENG) recording techniques benefit from the use of tripolar cuffs because they assist in reducing interference from sources outside the cuff. However, in practice the performance of ENG amplifier configurations, such as the quasi-tripole and the true-tripole, has been widely reported to be degraded due to the departure of the tripolar cuff(More)
—This paper describes the design of an adaptive control system for recording neural signals from tripolar cuff electrodes. The control system is based on an adaptive version of the true-tripole amplifier configuration and was developed to compensate for possible errors in the cuff electrode balance by continuously adjusting the gains of the two differential(More)
— This work presents an eight channel neural stimulator interface based on an address event communication protocol. The system developed decodes, integrates and interleaves the spike patterns using a continuous interleave sampling (CIS) strategy, which drives a complex biphasic current waveform to a bipolar electrode configuration. This paper describes the(More)
The presence of cuff imbalance degrades the signal-to-interference (ENG/EMG) ratio in tripolar nerve cuff electrode recordings. Known causes of cuff imbalance include inhomogeneous tissue growth after cuff implantation and cuff manufacturing tolerances. In this paper, we report on an additional contribution to cuff imbalance that stems from variations in(More)
Current drivers are fundamental circuits in bioimpedance measurements including electrical impedance tomography (EIT). In the case of EIT, the current driver is required to have a large output impedance to guarantee high current accuracy over a wide range of load impedance values. This paper presents an integrated current driver which meets these(More)