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23 April 2020 An alternative transcutaneous power transfer method for deeply implanted miniaturised biomedical devices (Conference Presentation)
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Miniaturised biomedical implants, such as neural stimulators and leadless pacemakers are becoming increasingly popular. As of yet, access to a reliable power source has been one of the major obstacles towards creating miniature devices with extended functionalities. Batteries tend to take up 80% room while offering a limited lifespan. Moreover, transcutaneous energy transfer systems (TET) designed to deliver power to implants without a physical link require a receiving coil that requires a generous real estate. This research proposes a new transcutaneous energy transfer (TET) method to deliver power to miniaturised deeply implanted biomedical devices.
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Reza Sedehi, David Budgett, Aiguo Patrick Hu, and Daniel McCormick "An alternative transcutaneous power transfer method for deeply implanted miniaturised biomedical devices (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 11389, Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications XII, 113892Q (23 April 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2557680
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