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Implementation of Broad band and Zero Distortion CMOS Current Driver Circuit For Bio-medical Applications

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S. MD. Imran Ali, Syed Noorullah, P. Anusha, U Gayathri
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Multi frequency Electrical Bio-impedance has been widely used as noninvasive technique for characterizing tissue. Most systems use wide band current sources for injecting current and instrumentation amplifiers for measuring resultant potential difference. Tissue electrical properties exhibit frequency characteristics over a broad bandwidth (typically 100Hz to 100MHz).Such applications require wide band accurate ac current drivers with low distortion and high output impedance. An integrated current driver is presented that fulfils the requirement of maximum output current of 888╬╝Ap-p, and at 100MHz the measured total harmonic distortion is below 0.01%.For accurate setting of output current amplitude into load current driver uses negative feedback. Active electrodes applications makes use of current driver circuit.

S. MD. Imran Ali, Syed Noorullah, P. Anusha, U Gayathri

Active electrodes, Bio-impedance, current driver, low distortion, Tissue impedance

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Publication Details

Published in : Volume 2 | Issue 2 | March-April - 2016
Date of Publication Print ISSN Online ISSN
2016-03-30 2395-1990 2394-4099
Page(s) Manuscript Number   Publisher
278-282 IJSRSET162287   Technoscience Academy

Cite This Article

S. MD. Imran Ali, Syed Noorullah, P. Anusha, U Gayathri, "Implementation of Broad band and Zero Distortion CMOS Current Driver Circuit For Bio-medical Applications", International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology(IJSRSET), Print ISSN : 2395-1990, Online ISSN : 2394-4099, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp.278-282, March-April-2016.
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