Threshold Voltage Cancellation For Low Input Voltage of 65nm CMOS Rectifier of Energy Harvesting For Implantable Medical Devices in Telemedicine Embedded System


Author(s): Hafez Fouad, Hesham Kamel

Abstract: Telemedicine applications run at very low voltages, necessitating the use of a Great Precision Rectifier with high sensitivity to function at low input voltages. In this study, we used a 65 nm CMOS rectifier to achieve a 0.2V input voltage for Energy Harvesting Telemedicine application. The suggested rectifier, which has two-stage structure and operates at frequency of 2.4GHz, has been found to perform better in cases where the minimum operating voltage is lower than previously published papers, and the rectifier can operate over a wide range of low input voltage amplitudes. Full-Wave Fully gate cross-coupled Rectifiers (FWFR) CMOS Rectifier Efficiency at Freq of 2.4 GHz: With an input voltage amplitude of 2V, the minimum and maximum output voltages are 0.49V and 1.997V, respectively, with a peak VCE of 99.85 percent and a peak PCE of 46.86 percent. This enables the suggested rectifier to be used in a variety of vibration energy collecting systems, including electrostatic, electromagnetic, and piezoelectric energy harvesters. The proposed rectifier, which is built at 2.4GHz and has a two-stage structure, performs better in the event of low input voltage amplitude and has a lower minimum operation voltage than previously published papers. Full-wave fully gate cross-coupled rectifiers (FWFR) CMOS Rectifier Performance Summary at Freq of 2.4 GHz: With a 2V input voltage amplitude, the minimum and maximum output voltages are 0.49V and 1.997V, respectively, with a maximum VCE of 99.85% and a maximum PCE of 46.86%.

Pages: 103-114

DOI: 10.46300/9102.2022.16.16

International Journal of Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, E-ISSN: 1998-0159, Volume 16, 2022, Art. #16

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