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An Area-Efficient Noise-Adaptive Neural Amplifier in 130 nm CMOS Technology
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We propose a neural amplifier in UMC 130 nm, 1P8M complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technology. Expand
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An 8-to-1 bit 1-MS/s SAR ADC With VGA and Integrated Data Compression for Neural Recording
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A novel energy efficient digital-to-analog converter switching scheme is proposed, which consumes 37% less energy than the present state-of-the-art. Expand
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A Low-Noise Low-Power Noise-Adaptive Neural Amplifier in 0.13um CMOS Technology
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We propose a neural amplifier in UMC 130 nm, 2P8M CMOS technology. Expand
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A power-scalable RF CMOS receiver for 2.4 GHz Wireless Sensor Network applications
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A power scalable receiver architecture is presented for low data rate Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) applications in 130nm RF-CMOS technology. Expand
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Demodulation Techniques for Self-Oscillating Eddy-Current Displacement Sensor Interfaces: A Review
This paper presents a comprehensive study of demodulation techniques for high-frequency self-oscillating eddy-current displacement sensor (ECDS) interfaces. Increasing the excitation frequency isExpand
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A 9.1 mW inductive displacement-to-digital converter with 1.85 nm resolution
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A displacement-to-digital converter (DDC) based on inductive (eddy-current) sensor is presented. Expand
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Eddy-Current Sensing Principle in Inertial Sensors
The eddy-current displacement sensing principle is, to the best of our knowledge, not yet used in inertial sensors. The main reasons for this are the important performance limitations of the existingExpand
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A 19.8-mW Eddy-Current Displacement Sensor Interface With Sub-Nanometer Resolution
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This paper presents an eddy-current sensor (ECS) interface intended for sub-nanometer (sub-nm) displacement sensing in hi-tech applications. Expand
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Suppression Efficiency of the Correlated Noise and Drift of Self-oscillating Pseudo-differential Eddy Current Displacement Sensor
The suppression efficiency of the correlated noise and drift of self-oscillating front-end circuit in a pseudo-differential eddy-current displacement sensor (ECDS) is investigated using COMSOL andExpand
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