2000 journal article

A neuro-stimulus chip with telemetry unit for retinal prosthetic device


By: W. Liu n, K. Vichienchom n, M. Clements n, S. DeMarco n, C. Hughes n, E. McGucken n, M. Humayun*, E. Juan*, J. Weiland*, R. Greenberg*

author keywords: biomedical telemetry; neuro-stimulator; retinal prosthesis
TL;DR: A microchip which serves as the telemetry protocol decoder and stimulus signal generator is fabricated by MOSIS with 1.2-mm CMOS technology and was demonstrated to provide the desired biphasic current stimulus pulses for an array of 100 retinal electrodes at video frame rates. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

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