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Early Access Articles, Week of 17 May 2018

 

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IMBIOC 2017 Special Issue paper
A Fully Integrated Low-Power 30 GHz Complex Dielectric Sensor in a 0.25-μm BiCMOS Technology

Farabi Ibne Jamal, Leibniz-Institut fur innovative Mikroelektronik, Brandenburg Germany
Subhajit Guha, Infineon Technologies AG, 39234 Neubiberg, Bayern Germany
Mohamed Eissa, Leibniz-Institut fur innovative Mikroelektronik, Brandenburg Germany
Jan Wessel, Leibniz-Institut fur innovative Mikroelektronik, Brandenburg Germany
Dietmar Kissinger, Circuit Design, Leibniz-Institut fur innovative Mikroelektronik, Brandenburg Germany

Subject area: RF and microwave integrated circuits.

Abstract:Abstract:This paper presents an integrated low-power dielectric sensor in K-band frequencies implemented in a 0.25 μm SiGe BiCMOS process including the sensing front-end and readout circuits.

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Early Access Articles, Week of 10 May 2018

 

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2018 Original Research Paper
Near Field Wireless Power Transfer to Stent-Based Biomedical Implants

Ammar Aldaoud, School of Physics, Parkville, Victoria Australia
Jean-Michel Redoute, Clayton Australia
Kumaravelu Ganesan, Parkville Australia
David Garrett, Parkville, Victoria Australia
Steven Prawer, Parkville, Victoria Australia

Subject area: Wireless power transfer.

Abstract:Abstract:Safe wireless power transfer is an essential requirement for biomedical implants. Emerging technologies are becoming smaller, less invasive and consuming less power. Moreover, stent-based devices are being recognized as a minimally invasive alternative to traditional surgery.

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Early Access Articles, Week of 19 April 2018

 

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2018 WPT Special Issue
Power Reduced Monolithic Wireless Sensor

Hao Gao, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, 3169 Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant Netherlands
Marion Matters, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, 3169 Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant Netherlands
Peter Baltus, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, 3169 Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant Netherlands

Subject area: RF and microwave integrated circuits.

Abstract:Abstract:Future wireless sensor networks require reliable, battery-less, miniaturized, low-cost sensor nodes with ultra-low-power consumption. Remote RF-powering provides a reliable wireless power source for such monolithically integrated sensor nodes.

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Early Access Articles, Week of 19 April 2018

 

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IEEE Sensors 2017 Special Issue
A multi-sensory approach for remote health monitoring of older people

Haobo Li, University of Glasgow, Glasgow United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Aman Shrestha, University of Glasgow, Glasgow United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Hadi Heidari, University of Glasgow, Glasgow United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Julien Le Kernec, University of Glasgow, Glasgow United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Francesco Fioranelli, University of Glasgow, Glasgow United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Subject area: Radar for remote or noninvasive monitoring and tracking.

Abstract:Abstract:Growing life expectancy and increasing incidence of multiple chronic health conditions are significant societal challenges.

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