A very low-power CMOS mixed-signal IC for implantable pacemaker applications

@article{Wong2004AVL,
  title={A very low-power CMOS mixed-signal IC for implantable pacemaker applications},
  author={L.S.Y. Wong and Shohan Hossain and Azman Ta and Johan M Edvinsson and D. Rivas and Hesham T. Naas},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits},
  year={2004},
  volume={39},
  pages={2446-2456}
}
Low power consumption is crucial for medical implant devices. A single-chip, very-low-power interface IC used in implantable pacemaker systems is presented. It contains amplifiers, filters, ADCs, battery management system, voltage multipliers, high voltage pulse generators, programmable logic and timing control. A few circuit techniques are proposed to achieve nanopower circuit operations within submicron CMOS process. Subthreshold transistor designs and switched-capacitor circuits are widely… CONTINUE READING
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