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Designing a MEMS driver ASIC for a novel contact lens sensor

July 18, 2012 // By Stephen Ellwood

Designing a MEMS driver ASIC for a novel contact lens sensor

Ansem is in the business of translating real world problems into ASIC solutions by matching up RF, analog and digital processing elements to transform real world inputs into the required outputs.


Medical applications often have particular needs for ultra-low power consumption, high integration, small size and novel powering techniques. The choice of process is often make or break for such a project which is why AnSem works with a number of leading Fabs in order to support its customers.

Read the full article on page 32 of our July/August/August digital edition.

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