Design requirements for integrated biosensor arrays

  title={Design requirements for integrated biosensor arrays},
  author={Ali Agah and Arjang Hassibi and James D. Plummer and Peter Bosco Griffin},
  booktitle={SPIE BiOS},
Miniaturization and integration of biosensor platforms is appealing due to smaller reaction volumes, larger numbers of detection sites and integration of various functionalities. Proper design of integrated biosensors is crucial in such systems due to limitation in resources such as power, chip area and cost. The optimal design involves determining the required sensor metrics and achieving these metrics with minimum use of the available resources. The system-level requirements of various… CONTINUE READING


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