Pikul Sarkar

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—Hot-electron injection is widely used for accurate programming of on-chip floating-gate voltage and current references. The conventional programming approach involves adapting the duration and magnitude of the injection pulses based on a predic-tive model which is estimated by using measured data. However, varying the pulse-widths or amplitudes introduces(More)
In this paper we describe a self-powered sensor that can be used for in-vivo measurement of the quasi-static-strain and also for in-vivo measurement of the L1 norm of the strain signal. At the core of the proposed design is a linear floating-gate injector that can achieve more than 13 bits of precision in sensing, signal integration and non-volatile(More)
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