Analogue multiplexer for neural application in 180 nm CMOS technology

@article{Zoladz2009AnalogueMF,
  title={Analogue multiplexer for neural application in 180 nm CMOS technology},
  author={Miroslaw Zoladz and Pawel Grybos and Maciej Kachel and Piotr Kmon and Robert Szczygiel},
  journal={2009 MIXDES-16th International Conference Mixed Design of Integrated Circuits & Systems},
  year={2009},
  pages={230-233}
}
This paper presents the architecture and the results of preliminary tests of the analogue multiplexer used in a multichannel ASIC for recording signals from neural systems. This integrated circuit is designed in CMOS 180 nm technology. The core of the ASIC consists of 64 analogue channels equipped with a band-pass filter. The cut-off frequencies of the band-pass filter are in the range from 1 Hz to 15 kHz. In order to reduce the number of outputs, the 64 analogue channels are multiplexed to the… CONTINUE READING

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