Wireless Galvanic Transmission Through Neural Tissue Via Modulation of a Carrier Signal by A Passive Probe

@article{Papale2012WirelessGT,
  title={Wireless Galvanic Transmission Through Neural Tissue Via Modulation of a Carrier Signal by A Passive Probe},
  author={Andrew E. Papale and Ryan Mork and C. Boldt and Jadin C. Jackson and J. Ferguson and A. Redish},
  journal={Journal of Medical Devices-transactions of The Asme},
  year={2012},
  volume={6},
  pages={017509}
}
  • Andrew E. Papale, Ryan Mork, +3 authors A. Redish
  • Published 2012
  • Engineering
  • Journal of Medical Devices-transactions of The Asme
  • MARCH 2012, Vol. 6 / 017509-1 Wireless Galvanic transmission through neural tissue via modulation of a carrier signal by a passive probe Andrew E. Papale Graduate Program in Neuroscience, Univ. Minnesota Ryan Mork Dept. Electrical & Computer Engineering, U Minnesota Chris Boldt Department of Neuroscience, Univ. Minnesota Jadin C. Jackson Department of Biology, University of St. Thomas John E. Ferguson Medical Devices Center Fellow, Univ. Minnesota A. David Redish Department of Neuroscience… CONTINUE READING

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