A 0.013 mm2, 5 µW , DC-Coupled Neural Signal Acquisition IC With 0.5 V Supply

@article{Muller2012A0M,
  title={A 0.013 mm2, 5 µW , DC-Coupled Neural Signal Acquisition IC With 0.5 V Supply},
  author={Rikky Muller and Simone Gambini and Jan M. Rabaey},
  journal={J. Solid-State Circuits},
  year={2012},
  volume={47},
  pages={232-243}
}
Recent success in brain-machine interfaces has provided hope for patients with spinal-cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, and other debilitating neurological conditions [1], and has boosted interest in electronic recording of cortical signals. State-of-the-art recording solutions [2-5] rely heavily on analog techniques at relatively high supply voltages to perform signal conditioning and filtering, leading to large silicon area and limited programmability. We present a neural interface in 65nm… CONTINUE READING
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