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Ultra-low power transceiver for implantable devices

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Beside being small low power consumption is a key asset for implantable devices. This is often in conflict with performance as the latter is commonly linked with higher current consumption. Duty-cycling is a way to partially resolve the issue as the higher current to obtain the desired performance is only needed for a short time, and the circuit is then set to minimum power dissipation for the rest of the time. In this thesis we plan to develop such a circuit for the transmission and reception of data over a short distance radio link, preferably in one of the ISM bands (typically around 900MHz). The circuit design will use a 130nm CMOS technology and offers to design radio and base-band circuits. In the thesis it will be possible to learn the whole the design cycle including system simulation and layout as a master student, for a semester thesis the work is reduced to the simulation of the main building blocks.

Status: Available

Looking for 1-2 Semester or master students
Contact: Thomas Burger

Prerequisites

AIC

Character

30% Theory
70% Circuit Design

Professor

Qiuting Huang

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