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Transcutaneous power and high data rate transmission for biomedical implants

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4 Author(s)
G. B. Hmida ; Dept. of Electr. Eng., National Eng. Sch. of Sfax ; M. Dhieb ; H. Ghariani ; M. Samet

The electronic implants were introduced in the human body further to a surgical operation for the neurological dysfunctions treatment as well as the help or the replacement of the organs which have difficulties. For practical and medical reasons, implants have to communicate without wire with the external world. Most of them use an inductive link to supply in power and data. In this paper, we propose a communication system for the medical implants which uses inductive link. This system is consisted of a class E power amplifier, an ASK modulator, an inductive link and an ASK demodulator

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International Conference on Design and Test of Integrated Systems in Nanoscale Technology, 2006. DTIS 2006.

Date of Conference:

5-7 Sept. 2006