The Reserach on Design and Implementation of Biomedical Analog Interface Circuits(II)

Project: National Science and Technology CouncilNational Science and Technology Council Academic Grants

Project Details


As the complexity of integrated circuits increases, the demanding for system applications is more and more urgent. Among them, bio-system chip is both an important and a new technology. Since few bio-system chips are now available the development is very urgent for practical applications. Therefore, this project is dedicated to important analog interface circuits for bio system chip with research emphasis on low voltage, low power, low noise and high resolution techniques. The key research targets are: (1) design and implementation of high resolution and low power 1.8V, 18 bit delta-sigma ADC, and (2) design and implementation of high CMRR and low power 1.8V bio-signal instrumentation amplifier with 160 dB CMRR. As compared to the most advanced prior art, the research target is very innovative and challenging. Those high performance circuit techniques for biomedical signal conditioning will be realized in two years to meet the required design specification and time schedule. Development results of this project shall be very innovative. Besides, this project shall be very helpful to both the academic research and technical progress of microelectronics community as well as student training on analog/mixed-signal biomedical circuit design.

Project IDs

Project ID:PB9808-2366
External Project ID:NSC98-2221-E182-044
Effective start/end date01/08/0931/07/10


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