A high-rate frequency shift keying demodulator chip for wireless biomedical implants

Abstract

A high-rate frequency shifr keying (FSK) data transfer protocol and demodulator circuit has been developed with a datarate to carrier-frequency ratio up to 67%. Its primary application is in the wireless biomedical implants in need of data transfer rates above IMbps. The demodulator circuit extracts the serial data hit stream and a constant-frequency clock… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ISCAS.2003.1206170

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@inproceedings{Ghovanloo2003AHF, title={A high-rate frequency shift keying demodulator chip for wireless biomedical implants}, author={Maysam Ghovanloo and Khalil Najafi}, booktitle={ISCAS}, year={2003} }