Integrated potentiostat for detection of Chagas disease

Abstract

The design of a low power integrated potentiostat that measures electric current, intended for a Chagas disease detection application is presented. The circuit was designed using 0.6μm XC06 technology from XFAB [1]. This circuit can generate and measure currents from 1 to 10μA with a relative error under 1%. The remaining part of the circuit consumes only 1.5μA. The total silicon area is 0.24 mm 2 (without pads)

Publication
In 2017 Argentine Conference of Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications
Fabián Torres
Fabián Torres
ECE Master’s student

My interests include integrated circuits, machine learning, and hardware acceleration.

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