A biomedical multiprocessor SoC for closed-loop neuroprosthetic applications

@article{Chen2009ABM,
  title={A biomedical multiprocessor SoC for closed-loop neuroprosthetic applications},
  author={Tung-Chien Chen and Kuanfu Chen and Zhi Yang and Kimberly Cockerham and Wentai Liu},
  journal={2009 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference - Digest of Technical Papers},
  year={2009},
  pages={434-435,435a}
}
Successful proof-of-concept laboratory experiments on cortically controlled motor prostheses [1], brain pacemakers [2] and hippocampal prostheses [3] motivate continued development for neural prosthetic systems. Advances in implantable electrode arrays [4] and miniaturized multichannel recording ICs [5–6] enable long-duration, wireless and closed-loop experiments on freely moving subjects. To further improve clinically viable neural prostheses, the bulk associated with external systems must be… CONTINUE READING
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