Title Circuit Design Considerations for Implantable Devices
Subtitle (River Publishers Series in Electronic Materials and Devices)
Author Peng Cong
ISBN 9788793519862
List price USD 100.00
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Binding Hardbound
No of pages 200
Book size 165 x 241 mm
Publishing year 2018
Original publisher River Publishers (Eurospan Group)
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Sales territory India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, .
Status New Arrival
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Implantable devices are a unique area for circuit designers. A comprehensive understanding of design trade-offs at the system level is important to ensure device success. Circuit Design Considerations for Implantable Devices provides knowledge to CMOS circuit designers with limited biomedical background to understand design challenges and trade-offs for implantable devices, especially neural interfacing.

Technical topics discussed in the book include:

     Neural interface

     Neural sensing amplifiers

     Electrical stimulation

     Embedded Signal Analysis

     Wireless Power Transmission to mm-Sized Free-Floating Distributed Implants

     Next Generation Neural Interface Electronics




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Chapter 1: Introduction (Peng Cong) • Implantable Devices • Neural Interface • Circuit Design Considerations for Neural Sensing • Circuit Design Considerations for Stimulation • Closed- Loop System • RF Powering and Data Telemetry for Implantable Devices • References

Chapter 2: Neural Stimulation and Interface (Kunal Paralikar) • Neuronal Element • Neuron Structure • Neuron: Electrical Characteristics • Membrane modeland resting membrane potential • Action potential • Neuron: Cable Equation • Tissue Element • Electrode-Tissue Element • Mechanism of Charge Transfer • Charge injection • Electrode Properties and Materials • Limits to Electrical Stimulation • Discussion: Bringing it All Together • References

Chapter 3: Front-End Sensing Amplifiers (You Zou) • System Level Architecture • Current Mirror-Based OTA • Folded-Cascode OTA • Complementary-Input OTA • Current Reuse OTA • Reconfigurable OTA • References

Chapter 4: Circuits for Neural Stimulation (Peng Cong) • Introduction • Stimulation Waveform • Circuit Design for Stimulation • Circuit Design • Safety Consideration • Charge balance • Electrode safety consideration • Neuron safety consideration • Summary • References

Chapter 5: Embedded Signal Analysis (Z. Wang and N. Verma) • Introduction • Challenges in Medical-Signal Analysis • Data-Driven Medical-Signal Analysis • Overview of Inference Systems • Feature Extraction • Inference • Specialized Inference Algorithms and Processors • Rationale • Classifier Configurability • Inference models • Model parameters • Classification meta-algorithms • Active learning • Training for Low-Energy Systems • Model Bit Precision • Dataset Imbalance • Embedded Training • Summary • References

Chapter 6: Wireless Power Transmission to mm-Sized Free-Floating Distributed Implants
(S. Abdollah Mirbozorgi and Maysam Ghovanloo) • Introduction • Free- Floating Implants (FFIs) • WPT Measurement Accuracy • Modeling and Analysis of Inductive Links • Design Procedure • System Configuration and HFSS Simulation • Inductive Link Design Rules • Coil Segmentation • SAR Calculations • Experimental Results • Implementation and Setup • Wireless Link Measurement Methods • Measurement Results • Practical Aspects of the FFIs • Conclusion • References

Chapter 7: Next Generation Neural Interface Electronics (Ian Williams, Lieuwe Leene and Timothy G. Constandinou)Introduction • Today’s Neural Interfaces • The Neural Interface of the Near Future • Sensing Neural Activity • Power Density Target for High Channel Count Recording • Emerging Technologies • Advanced CMOS technologies • Chemical sensing • Optical sensing • Signal Processing • Single Neuron Processing • Population Level Processing • Signal Processing Summary • Neuromodulation • Existing Approaches: Issues and Challenges • Current controlled stimulators • Voltage controlled stimulators • Charge controlled stimulators • Trends and Limits • Channel count and size trends • Power consumption trends • Charge balancing • System on Chip • Alternative Approaches and Modalities • Optogenetics • Acoustic/Mechanical • Thermal • Neuromodulation Summary • Discussion • References


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 This book is meant for CMOS circuit designers. It is also useful for students and academicians of Electronics & Electrical Engineering and Electronics & Communication Engineering.

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