Sam Boling

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Chronoamperometric gas sensor arrays show great promise for ultra-low power consumption and low cost for wearable gas sensing devices for human safety and health monitoring. This paper presents a novel power efficient instrumentation circuit with high sensitivity and large dynamic range for wearable chronoamperometric gas sensor arrays. This instrumentation(More)
Airborne pollutants are a leading cause of illness and mortality globally. Electrochemical gas sensors show great promise for personal air quality monitoring to address this worldwide health crisis. However, implementing miniaturized arrays of such sensors demands high performance instrumentation circuits that simultaneously meet challenging power, area,(More)
Next-generation brain machine interfaces demand a high-channel-count neural recording system to wirelessly monitor activities of thousands of neurons. A hardware efficient neural signal processor (NSP) is greatly desirable to ease the data bandwidth bottleneck for a fully implantable wireless neural recording system. This paper demonstrates a complete(More)
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