| Efficient wireless power transfer across tissue is highly desirable for removing bulky energy storage components. Most existing power transfer systems are conceptually based on coils linked by slowly varying magnetic fields (less than 10 MHz). These systems have many important capabilities, but are poorly suited for tiny, millimeter-scale implants where… (More)
To enable sophisticated optogenetic manipulation of neural circuits throughout the nervous system with limited disruption of animal behavior, light-delivery systems beyond fiber optic tethering and large, head-mounted wireless receivers are desirable. We report the development of an easy-to-construct, implantable wireless optogenetic device. Our smallest… (More)
Optical or electrical stimulation of neural circuits in mice during natural behavior is an important paradigm for studying brain function. Conventional systems for optogenetics and electrical micros-timulation require tethers or large head-mounted devices that disrupt animal behavior. We report a method for wireless powering of small-scale implanted devices… (More)
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