A low-power, low-area modular architecture for high density neural probes

@article{Angotzi2015ALL,
  title={A low-power, low-area modular architecture for high density neural probes},
  author={Gian Nicola Angotzi and Luca Berdondini},
  journal={2015 7th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER)},
  year={2015},
  pages={521-524}
}
The integration of a novel generation of implantable multi-electrode array probes based on CMOS technology is an emerging approach for recording electrophysiological signals from thousands of single neurons in-vivo. However, low-area and low-power consumption are mandatory and challenging constraints in such implantable circuits, such as for integrating and reading out signals from large number of recording amplifiers, each of them integrated underneath of each electrode-pixel. Here we present… CONTINUE READING
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