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Florida Wireless Implantable Recording Electrodes (FWIRE) for Brain Machine Interfaces

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Florida Wireless Implantable Recording Electrodes (FWIRE) for Brain Machine Interfaces
Abstract— This paper reviews on-going efforts towards the development of the Florida Wireless Implantable Recording Electrodes (FWIRE). The FWIRE microsystem platform is a fully implantable flexible substrate microelectrode array that employs state-of-the-art integrate-and-fire (IF) signal representation and wireless interface circuitry for recording neural activity from behaving rodents. The modular nature of the implantable neural recording electrode allows future enhancements to be seamlessly added to improve functionality including but not limited to rechargeability through inductive coupling, custom microelectrode arrays, higher capacity batteries, and more advanced integrated circuit technologies. This paper concentrates on custom integrated circuits such as neural interfacing amplifiers, baseband signal processing, wireless data and power interfaces, and battery management system.
Rizwan Bashirullah, John G. Harris, Justin C. Sanc
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ISCAS
Authors Rizwan Bashirullah, John G. Harris, Justin C. Sanchez, Toshikazu Nishida, José Carlos Príncipe
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