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A super low power MICS band receiver in 65 nm CMOS for high resolution epi-retinal prosthesis

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7 Author(s)
Jiawei Yang ; Victoria Res. Lab., Australia''s ICT Res. Centre of Excellence (NICTA), Parkville, VIC, Australia ; Nhan Tran ; Bai, S. ; Ng, D.C.
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We report a super low power MICS band receiver for a high resolution epi-retinal prosthesis (BionicEye). The FSK receiver consumes less than 1.5 mW power with 1 V supply. It can achieve a maximum data rate of 400 kb/s. In this paper, we present the research work carried out on designing a fully-integrated sub-threshold receiver fabricated on a 65 nm CMOS chip. In order to achieve super low power consumption, more than 90% of the transistors in all analog building blocks are operated in sub-threshold region. System level issues, such as required receiver architecture and specifications are also addressed.

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ASIC, 2009. ASICON '09. IEEE 8th International Conference on

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20-23 Oct. 2009