Flexible Wireless Passive Pressure Sensors for Biomedical Applicatons

@inproceedings{Fonseca2006FlexibleWP,
  title={Flexible Wireless Passive Pressure Sensors for Biomedical Applicatons},
  author={Michael A. Fonseca and Mark G. Allen and Jason Kroh and Jason White},
  year={2006}
}
Passive resonant sensors have been studied by many groups as an approach to sensing of physical properties in inaccessible locations without the need for incorporating any on-board power sources. In this work, we report two types of wireless flexible micromachined passive pressure sensors. Since the devices are flexible, they can be rolled or folded into compact shapes suitable for catheter-based delivery into the body. One design is semihermetic, intended for acute use. A second design is… CONTINUE READING
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