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Wireless Communication Systems for Human Implantable Artificial Cochlea
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Wireless Communication Systems for Human Implantable Artificial Cochlea
Han, Sungmin; Shin, Jaesub; Cho, Jaewook; Jang, Jongmoon; Choi, Hongsoo; Choi, Ji-Woong;
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Artificial cochlear implant system is known as the most efficient and widespread device to patients who have cochlear disorder. However, current commercialized artificial cochleas have inconveniences because of large volume size and high power consumption, requiring further research on improvements in terms of the size, power, and performance. In this paper, we will introduce our fully implantable artificial cochlear implant system, where small-size sensors and actuators are wirelessly connected, focusing on communication system design and its performance simulation.
artificial cochlea;auditory rehabilitation;piezoelectric element;WBAN;in-body communicatoin;
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