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An 8-bit microcomputer with analog subsystems for implantable biomedical application

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4 Author(s)
Stotts, L.J. ; Intermedics Inc., Freeport, TX, USA ; Infinger, K.R. ; Babka, J. ; Genzer, D.

A single-chip pacemaker chip has been developed which integrates high-level sampled-data analog functions on the same chip with an 8-bit microcomputer. It uses circuit techniques to reduce power and insure long-term stability. Current-drain is typically 8 μA and minimum operating voltage is 1.7 V. The chip is described in the context of the systems choices available in design implantable medical devices

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 2 )