Fully-Passive Wireless Implant for Neuropotential Acquisition: An In Vivo Validation

@article{Moncion2019FullyPassiveWI,
  title={Fully-Passive Wireless Implant for Neuropotential Acquisition: An In Vivo Validation},
  author={Carolina Moncion and Lakshmini Balachandar and Satheesh Bojja-Venkatakrishnan and Jorge J. Riera and John L. Volakis},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology},
  year={2019},
  volume={3},
  pages={199-205}
}
  • Carolina Moncion, Lakshmini Balachandar, +2 authors John L. Volakis
  • Published in
    IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics, RF and…
    2019
  • DOI:10.1109/JERM.2019.2895657
Implantable systems are often employed to perform continuous high-resolution recordings of neural activity. These systems frequently require invasive procedures when implanting and maintaining effective operation. This causes major interruptions to daily life. Previous work demonstrated an in vitro minimum detectable signal of 15 μV in amplitude and RF sensitivity down to –135 dBm. This suggests the possibility of detecting diminutive biopotentials in a wireless fully passive manner. Here, for… CONTINUE READING

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