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A RISC-V based medical implantable SOC for high voltage a current tissue stimulus
A RISC-V based System on Chip (SoC) for high voltage and current tissue stimulus, targeting implantable medical devices, is presented. The circuit is designed in a 0.18μm HV-CMOS process, including the RISC-V 32RVI based ...
Integrated programmable current source for implantable medical devices
In this work, the design and implementation of a 25mA (max), 8 bits integrated programmable current source for implantable medical devices is presented. The proposed circuit includes a six-bits trimming mechanism to balance ...
Siwa: A custom RISC-V based system on chip (SOC) for low power medical applications
This work introduces the development of Siwa, a RISC-V RV32I 32-bit based core, intended as a flexible control platform for highly integrated implantable biomedical applications, and implemented on a commercial 0.18 𝜇m ...
An affordable post-silicon testing framework applied to a RISC-V based microcontroller
The RISC-V architecture is a very attractive option for developing application specific systems needing an affordable yet efficient central processing unit. Post-silicon validation on RISC-V applications has been done in ...
A compact functional verification flow for a RISC-V 321 based core
The structure of a functional verification flow used for the design of a RISC-V core is presented. The paper offers a guide on the test-planning used and details of the flow architecture, showing how to integrate the ...
Siwa: a RISC-V RV32I based micro-controller for implantable medical applications
The design of Siwa1, a compact low power custom system on chip (SoC), targeted for implantable/wearable applications, is reported in this paper. Siwa is based on a RISC-V RV32I architecture. It has a centrally controlled ...