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Microsystems for Bioelectronics, 2nd Edition by Victor V. Zhirnov, Ralph K. Cavin III

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Concluding Remarks

In this book, the thought-problem of designing a highly functional, micron-scale electronic system has been explored in the context of possible in vivo applications in the human body. The idea of designing this nanomorphic system, though inspired by the continued scaling of feature sizes of transistors and memory elements in integrated circuit technology, extends the scaling concept in at least two ways. First, additional components of the nanomorphic cell such as energy sources, sensors, and communication systems must also be scaled into micron or submicron dimensions. This property of the nanomorphic cell has a relation to System-on-a-Chip technology but with an increased emphasis on the variety of components that must ...

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