Publication detail

New Embedded ASIC Integrated Measurement System for Control Responses from TFT Sensors

ŠTEFFAN, P., VRBA, R., PAVLÍK, M.

Original Title

New Embedded ASIC Integrated Measurement System for Control Responses from TFT Sensors

English Title

New Embedded ASIC Integrated Measurement System for Control Responses from TFT Sensors

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The new solution of the amperometric sensor measurement is given. It solves the problem of measurement of low currents (in order of nA) from electrochemical biosensors. However the sensitivity of integrated measurement system, which process output currents from biosensor, has to be in order of pA. There are leakage currents and noise constraints which could be avoided by on chip solution. The on-chip solution allows direct chip connection on the basic ceramic plate of biosensors. It means the idea is similar to hybrid integrated circuit.

English abstract

The new solution of the amperometric sensor measurement is given. It solves the problem of measurement of low currents (in order of nA) from electrochemical biosensors. However the sensitivity of integrated measurement system, which process output currents from biosensor, has to be in order of pA. There are leakage currents and noise constraints which could be avoided by on chip solution. The on-chip solution allows direct chip connection on the basic ceramic plate of biosensors. It means the idea is similar to hybrid integrated circuit.

RIV year

2006

Released

20.10.2006

Publisher

IEEE Sensors

Location

Daegu, Korea

ISBN

0-7803-8693-0

Book

IEEE Sensors 2006

Pages from

10

Pages to

14

Pages count

5

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT24914,
  author="Pavel {Šteffan} and Radimír {Vrba} and Michal {Pavlík}",
  title="New Embedded ASIC Integrated Measurement System for Control Responses from TFT Sensors",
  annote="The new solution of the amperometric sensor measurement is given. It solves the problem of measurement of low currents (in order of nA) from electrochemical biosensors. However the sensitivity of integrated measurement system, which process output currents from biosensor, has to be in order of pA. There are leakage currents and noise constraints which could be avoided by on chip solution. The on-chip solution allows direct chip connection on the basic ceramic plate of biosensors. It means the idea is similar to hybrid integrated circuit.",
  address="IEEE Sensors",
  booktitle="IEEE Sensors 2006",
  chapter="24914",
  institution="IEEE Sensors",
  year="2006",
  month="october",
  pages="10",
  publisher="IEEE Sensors",
  type="conference paper"
}