Tim Schellenberg

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This paper presents a fully implantable neural recording system for the simultaneous recording of 128 channels. The electrocorticography (ECoG) signals are sensed with 128 gold electrodes embedded in a 10 μm thick polyimide foil. The signals are picked up by eight amplifier array ICs and digitized with a resolution of 16 bit at 10 kHz. The digitized(More)
Implantable neuronal interfaces to the brain are an important keystone for future medical applications. However, entering this field of research is difficult since such an implant requires components from many different areas of technology. Since the complete avoidance of wires is important due to the risk of infections and other long-term problems, means(More)
Implantable invasive neuronal interfaces to the brain are an important keystone for many interesting future medical applications. However, entering this field of research is difficult since such an implant requires components from many different fields of technology. Beside the required amplifiers, analog-digital-converters and data processing, the complete(More)
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