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Proceedingsof the 25' Annual InternationalConferenceof the IEEE EMBS Caneun,Mexico * September 17-21,2003
 

Summary: Proceedingsof the 25' Annual InternationalConferenceof the IEEE EMBS
Caneun,Mexico * September 17-21,2003
Design and Implementation Considerations for an Advanced Wireless Interface
in Miniaturized Integrated Sensor Microsystems
N. Aydin', A. Astaras2,L. Wang3,T. Arslan's2,A. F. Murray', S. P. Beamont2,D. R. S. C m i n g '
'School of Engineering and Electronics, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
'Institute for System Level Integration, Alba Center, Livingston, UK
Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UKI
Abstract-Developments in system-on technologies have led to complex electronic systems to he
miniaturized to size of ingestible capsule and implantable
microsystems. Inevitably such miniaturized complex systems
impose some constraints on the case of an ingestible diagnostic
capsule. It is desirable that system be wireless, programmable,
and reusable. In this paper, we describe a wireless interface
link developed for such an ingestible microsystem. It is
programmable and directly controlled by the on-chip
microcontroller. It is also suitable for developing complex
communication protocols for conveying the data to a remote
basestation. At the heart of the system lie a direct sequence

  

Source: Arslan, Tughrul - School of Engineering and Electronics, University of Edinburgh

 

Collections: Engineering