GETTING RID OF THE WIRES: A TRANSCUTANEOUS POWER AND WIDEBAND TELEMETRY SYSTEM FOR MULTI-CHANNEL NEURAL RECORDING IMPLANTS
RUSH, ALEXANDER DANIEL
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This dissertation focuses on development of wireless power and data transmission hardware for use in a wireless neural recording system. This involves a comprehensive review of the applications requiring or strongly benefiting from wireless power and high data rate outward telemetry, multiparametric analysis of a system for wireless power and data transmission, and a detailed description of external and implanted hardware composing such a system. In this document “implanted” or “implantable” means that the hardware referred to by these terms is designed with the intention of being fully contained within the body with no physical connections crossing the skin.