Volume 8 | Issue 2

The IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems is published quarterly and solicits, with particular emphasis on emerging areas, special issues on topics that cover the entire scope of the IEEE Circuits and Systems (CAS) Society, namely the theory, analysis, design, tools, and implementation of circuits and systems, spanning their theoretical foundations, applications, and architectures for signal and information processing.

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Editor

Dr. Eduard Alarcon
Editor in Chief
Department of Electrical Engineering
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
jetcas-eic@ieee-cas.org

Massimo Alioto
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
National University of Singapore
jetcas-deic@ieee-cas.org

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The rapid advancement of radio-frequency (RF), infrared, and optical technologies has enabled many wireless-sensing approaches for novel biomedical applications, such as implantable medical devices, characterization of biological materials, wireless neural prostheses, non-contact health monitoring, and remote-human-motion classification. Some applications entered human daily life shortly after... Read more on IEEE Xplore

This paper provides a comprehensive overview of the recent advances in the field of wireless contactless sensing circuits and systems for healthcare and biomedical applications. In particular, special emphasis is made on wireless implantable devices, radar-based techniques to detect human motions, such as vital signs or gestures, wireless neural interfacing and prosthesis, and the... Read more on IEEE Xplore

A high-voltage-tolerant and power-efficient stimulator with adaptive power supply is proposed and realized in a 0.18-μm 1.8-V/3.3-V CMOS process. The self-adaption bias technique and stacked MOS configuration are used to prevent issues of electrical overstress and gate-oxide reliability in lowvoltage transistors. The on-chip high-voltage generator uses a pulse-skip regulation scheme to... Read more on IEEE Xplore