Testable design of a heterogeneous SoC for biomedical applications


Zhang, Xiao (2007) Testable design of a heterogeneous SoC for biomedical applications. [Masters Thesis]

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Abstract:Microfluidic biochips are becoming more and more popular in biomedical laboratory and also industry. Different from the continuous-flow microfluidic systems, a new generation of microfluidic biochips, referred to as digital microfluidic chips, has evolved over time and it offers advantages such as on-line reconfiguration and fault-tolerant operation. The principles behind the digital microfluidic chips were known as electrowetting-on-dielectric (EWOD). This research aims to realize a target application: peptide synthesis on a micro device. Our new approach uses a heterogeneous SoC which is designed by combining the digital microfluidic chips and peripheral electronics.
Testable design methods, simulations and experimental results have been included.
Item Type:Masters Thesis
Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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