Roberto Marani

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In this paper we propose a new architecture of a non-invasive, continuous blood glucose monitoring system, based on dielectric spectroscopy. In particular we design the electrical circuit, the schematic and the PCB of a mixed signal system working in a frequency range 1 MHz – 160 MHz, where the best performances in terms of electrical changes in the blood(More)
digital application we have studied NOT logic gates in a four stage architecture. Each NOT is designed using 3 identical CNTFET, while resistors represent parasitic elements. The further fourth NOT gate has been used only to load the third stage. We have simulated the circuit driven by a 14ps clock, also in this case the CNT quantum inductance is negligible(More)
We propose a medical electronic-computerized platform for diagnostic use, which allows doctors to carry out a complete cardio-respiratory control on remote patients in real time. In the context of telemedicine the proposed system can be considered as a really innovative product in which all the most advanced technologies of biomedical engineering converge(More)
In this paper, an accurate range sensor for the three-dimensional reconstruction of environments is designed and developed. Following the principles of laser profilometry, the device exploits a set of optical transmitters able to project a laser line on the environment. A high-resolution and high-frame-rate camera assisted by a telecentric lens collects the(More)
In this paper we present an analytical model to optimize the thermal and electrical layout for multilayer structure electronic devices through the solution to the non-linear 3-D heat equation. The thermal solution is achieved by the Kirchhoff transform and the 2-D Fourier transform. The model is general and can be easily applied to a large variety of(More)
The survival of patients submitted to Intensive Care Unit is often related to the mechanical ventilation, which makes up for serious respiratory insufficiencies but can also become a lethal health risk. To decrease these risks, the respiratory cycle has to be continuously monitored and a real-time suitable setting of the ventilator is required, in order to(More)
In this work, we investigate the effects produced on the light absorption and scattering by silver nanoparticles, arranged in a periodic pattern, placed on the top of amorphous thin silicon (α-Si) layer. Solar conversion efficiency in thin film solar cells can be enhanced exploiting surface plasmon (SP) waves and resonances. The deposition of metal(More)