A CMOS integrated circuit for multichannel multiple-subject biotelemetry using bidirectional optical transmissions [weightlessness in space effects application]

@article{Kawahito1994ACI,
  title={A CMOS integrated circuit for multichannel multiple-subject biotelemetry using bidirectional optical transmissions [weightlessness in space effects application]},
  author={S. Kawahito and S. Ueda and M. Ishida and T. Nakamura and S. Usui and S. Nagaoka},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={1994},
  volume={41},
  pages={400-406}
}
  • S. Kawahito, S. Ueda, +3 authors S. Nagaoka
  • Published 1994
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
  • A CMOS integrated circuit for a noninvasive biological-signal telemetry system specified for use in medical and physiological studies of the influence of weightlessness in space is presented. The system can monitor multichannel (4 channels maximum) biological signals from multiple subjects (4 subjects maximum) in real time by using time multiplexing. A key technique so-called synchronized multiple-subject telemetry, to achieve multiple-subject telemetry has been proposed. This technique… CONTINUE READING
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