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OA NLZ
2012-09-06

Examining basilar membrane motion of an auditory model by using tone-burst...

The measurement of tone-burst otoacoustic emissions (TBOAEs), which arise on the basilar membrane (BM), is a potential method for examining cochlear activity. In this contribution we consider whether TBOAEs are a suitable tool to customize the BM parameterization of an auditory model. To examine this...
Berlin [u.a.]: de Gruyter, 2012-09-06
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OA NLZ
2012-09-06

Intelligent capacitive sensor array for removement detection from various...

Knowing the location of special equipment is a big advantage in large hospitals. Active and intelligent removement detection helps to prevents theft and manipulation. Driven by just a coin battery, ultra low power modules extend the battery life to one month and more. An intelligent detection system...
Berlin [u.a.]: de Gruyter, 2012-09-06
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OA NLZ
2012-09-06

Development of a phantom to modulate the maternal and fetal pulse curve...

For getting reliable information about the state of health from the fetus and the mother during labor and delivery, a fetal pulse oximeter is being developed. This paper describes the development of a special phantom to verify the algorithms for separating the weak fetal from the dominant maternal optical...
Berlin [u.a.]: de Gruyter, 2012-09-06
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OA NLZ
2012-09-06

Design of power management in energy harvesting devices

Energy harvesting is an increasingly important capability for a lot of applications. It can be used in biomedical implants but also in other embedded systems. An energy harvesting device needs a functional and efficient power management. Because of the low energy yield it is important to store the harvested...
Berlin [u.a.]: de Gruyter, 2012-09-06
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OA NLZ
2012-09-06

Piezoelectric based energy management system for powering intelligent implants...

The use of body given, self-sufficient energy sources can improve intelligent implants and prostheses to reduce stressful post-operations and check-ups. Energy harvesting using piezoelectric generators (PG) could take advantages of any movement of or in the human body to provide enough energy for wireless...
Berlin [u.a.]: de Gruyter, 2012-09-06
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OA NLZ
2012-09-06

Intelligent power management enables autonomous power supply of sensor...

Modern intelligent prosthesis or robotic extremities use a combination of mechanically, hydraulically and electronically controlled components and joints for motion. For precise controlling, stepping motors are used. Here, passive movement of the extremity, like the lowering of the arm caused by the...
Berlin [u.a.]: de Gruyter, 2012-09-06

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