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<?Pub Dtl?>A first fully integrated 5.2-GHz CMOS-based RF power harvester with an on-chip antenna is presented in this paper. The design is optimized for sensors implanted inside the eye to wirelessly monitor the intraocular pressure of glaucoma patients. It includes a five-stage RF rectifier with an on-chip antenna, a dc voltage limiter, two voltage(More)
In the context of the fast development of millimeter-wave (mmW) technologies for future 5G cellular networks and concerns related to their possible impact on the human health, this paper introduces a first analysis on the mmWs interaction with the human body. Firstly, the main regulations on the exposure limits at mmWs are reviewed. Secondly, an(More)
Design considerations and limitations of implantable Intraocular Pressure Monitoring (IOPM) systems are presented in this paper. Detailed comparison with the state of the art is performed to highlight the benefits and challenges of the proposed design. The system-on-chip, presented here, is battery free and harvests energy from incoming RF signals. This(More)
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