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|Shared wireless link co-design for implantable device with far-field wireless power transfer
|Silva, Vitor F.
Dinis, Hugo Daniel Costa
Mendes, P. M.
RF to DC
Wireless link management
|IEEE International New Circuits and Systems Conference
|V. F. Silva, H. Dinis and P. M. Mendes, "Shared wireless link co-design for implantable device with far-field wireless power transfer," 2019 17th IEEE International New Circuits and Systems Conference (NEWCAS), Munich, Germany, 2019, pp. 1-4, doi: 10.1109/NEWCAS44328.2019.8961296.
|Implantable devices are nowadays commonly used in medicine. However, these devices run mostly on batteries, leading to a finite lifetime due to the required battery replacement. Since wireless power is almost available everywhere, a suitable way to avoid battery replacement would be to recharge them wirelessly using wireless power transfer. As these implantable devices mostly feature a single antenna, it must be shared to communicate and to receive power. In this way, a circuit that turns off the communication blocks and other circuits while recharging is needed. In this paper, an RF CMOS frontend with far-field wireless powering for implantable devices with a power management module will be presented. This circuit is able to control the front-end circuits when the battery reaches predefined operating voltages.
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