A Remotely-Controlled Locomotive IC Driven by Electrolytic Bubbles and Wireless Powering

@article{Hsieh2014ARL,
  title={A Remotely-Controlled Locomotive IC Driven by Electrolytic Bubbles and Wireless Powering},
  author={Jian-Yu Hsieh and Po-Hung Kuo and Yi-Chun Huang and Yu-Jie Huang and Rong-Da Tsai and Tao Wang and Hung-Wei Chiu and Yao-Hong Wang and Shey-Shi Lu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems},
  year={2014},
  volume={8},
  pages={787-798}
}
A batteryless remotely-controlled locomotive IC utilizing electrolytic bubbles as propelling force is realized in 0.35 μm CMOS technology. Without any external components, such as magnets and on-board coils, the bare IC is wirelessly powered and controlled by a 10 MHz ASK modulated signal with RS232 control commands to execute movement in four moving directions and with two speeds. The receiving coil and electrolysis electrodes are all integrated on the locomotive chip. The experiment… CONTINUE READING
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