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Integrated power controllers and RF data transmitters for totally implantable telemetry.
Biotelem Patient Monit. 1979; 6(3):147-59.BP

Abstract

Data transmitters and power/source controllers are common elements in all totally implantable instrumentation systems. Two custom-designed integrated circuits have been developed for these elements and have significant impact on the realization of compact reliable telemetry packages. The first is an elapsed-time power switch that can remotely turn on implanted battery-powered systems with a short RF burst; to prevent accidental battery drainage, it will automatically turn off after a preprogrammed time (1-5 min). The second is a precision RF transmitter capable of operation up to 125 MHz in either FM or pulse-coded format and requires only two nonintegrated inductors. These IC systems are basic building blocks for a large number of totally implantable telemetry applications.

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Journal Article
Research Support, U.S. Gov't, Non-P.H.S.
Research Support, U.S. Gov't, P.H.S.

Language

eng

PubMed ID

508908

Citation

Allen, H V., et al. "Integrated Power Controllers and RF Data Transmitters for Totally Implantable Telemetry." Biotelemetry and Patient Monitoring, vol. 6, no. 3, 1979, pp. 147-59.
Allen HV, Knutti JW, Meindl JD. Integrated power controllers and RF data transmitters for totally implantable telemetry. Biotelem Patient Monit. 1979;6(3):147-59.
Allen, H. V., Knutti, J. W., & Meindl, J. D. (1979). Integrated power controllers and RF data transmitters for totally implantable telemetry. Biotelemetry and Patient Monitoring, 6(3), 147-59.
Allen HV, Knutti JW, Meindl JD. Integrated Power Controllers and RF Data Transmitters for Totally Implantable Telemetry. Biotelem Patient Monit. 1979;6(3):147-59. PubMed PMID: 508908.
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