Jaeeun Jang

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A low-energy 40/160 MHz dual-band full duplex body channel communication (BCC) transceiver and a 13.56 MHz R-C oscillator-based super-regenerative transceiver are integrated in 65 nm CMOS mixed mode process for both entertainment and healthcare applications. The on-chip R-C duplexer uses notch filters for full duplex communication with 40 Mb/s data rate and(More)
A low-energy 40MHz / 160MHz dual band full duplex body channel communication (BCC) transceiver and 13.56MHz R-C oscillator-based super-regenerative receiver are integrated in 65nm mixed mode CMOS process for both highspeed (HS) and low-speed (LS) biomedical applications. The body channel bandwidth is extended up to 200MHz, enabling energy efficient and wide(More)
A low power adaptive controlled current-reusing received signal strength indicator (RSSI) is proposed for the human body communication (HBC). The proposed RSSI has three low power features. First, the power on controller (PoC) scheme is proposed to achieve the duty control of the RSSI. It significantly reduces the average power consumption of RSSI over 90%.(More)
An ultra-low-power duty controlled received signal strength indicator (RSSI) is implemented for human body communication (HBC) in 180 nm CMOS technology under 1.5 V supply. The proposed RSSI adopted 3 following key features for low-power consumption; 1) current reusing technique (CR-RSSI) with replica bias circuit and calibration unit, 2) duty controller,(More)