CMOS LSI for brain-machine interface used in bidirectional communication

Akiyoshi Shimada, Nobuhiko Nakano

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Abstract

We introduce our approach to making an LSI (large-scale integration) chip for a brain-machine interface by integrating neuroscience technology developed in NTT Basic Research Laboratories (NTT BRL) with LSI chip design and simulation techniques of Keio University. This LSI contains everything required for bidirectional communication, which enables the brain-machine interface to communicate with the brain on the molecular level when it is combined with a nano-bio device developed in BRL.

Original languageEnglish
JournalNTT Technical Review
Volume9
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - 2011 Oct

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CMOS LSI for brain-machine interface used in bidirectional communication. / Shimada, Akiyoshi; Nakano, Nobuhiko.

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