A Linear Current to Frequency Converter for Amperometric Glucose Sensing System

Teddy Lesmana, Danny Wen Yaw Chung, Nguyen-Tan Nhut Quang, Nikhil Bhalla

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Abstract

The investigation in this paper involves a design of a linear Current to Frequency Converter (CFC). The CFC has been designed by using current controlled resistor (CCR) with TSMC 0.35 µm technology. In addition, a conditioning circuit has been used to acquire wide range of input which includes three sets of different input ranges. The testing results showed three sets of input dynamic range 400 nA to 3.5 µA, 2 µA to 16 µA, and 4 µA to 32 µA with linearity of 99.7% and relative error is less than 1%. The linear output frequency range is from 0.17 KHz to 33.32 KHz. Moreover, the CFC has been combined with Microcontroller Unit (MPC82G516A) which worked as a frequency counter to present the corresponding glucose concentration data conversion, in order to build an amperometric glucose sensing system.

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ConferenceBMES International Symposium of Biomedical Engineering
CountryTaiwan, Province of China
CityTaoyuan
Period20/11/12 → …

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Lesmana, T., Chung, D. W. Y., Quang, N-T. N., & Bhalla, N. (2012). A Linear Current to Frequency Converter for Amperometric Glucose Sensing System. Paper presented at BMES International Symposium of Biomedical Engineering, Taoyuan, Taiwan, Province of China.
Lesmana, Teddy ; Chung, Danny Wen Yaw ; Quang, Nguyen-Tan Nhut ; Bhalla, Nikhil. / A Linear Current to Frequency Converter for Amperometric Glucose Sensing System. Paper presented at BMES International Symposium of Biomedical Engineering, Taoyuan, Taiwan, Province of China.
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A Linear Current to Frequency Converter for Amperometric Glucose Sensing System. / Lesmana, Teddy; Chung, Danny Wen Yaw; Quang, Nguyen-Tan Nhut ; Bhalla, Nikhil.

2012. Paper presented at BMES International Symposium of Biomedical Engineering, Taoyuan, Taiwan, Province of China.

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