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Nanobio information processing

Task 6 investigates innovative signal processing technology for small-signal converting, acquisition, and transmission of Nanobio sensor. In addition, the same time, Task 6 group focuses on information processing for wireless communication network technology, and technology development for information fusion system.

1)Characterization of the interface in nano-bio-device

Design technology of small size integrated wearable/implantable sensor, small signal amplification, and low power data acquisition circuit can be applied to various small size portable devices and information industries.

Interface at the nano-scale bio-device during the fabrication

  • 1 step: A/D mixed integrated circuits design, including ADC, DAC, LNA, and Control logics.
  • 2 step: Integrated low-noise amplifier (LNA) design for small signal amplification.
  • 3 step: Development of signal processing technology for improved Signal to Noise Ratio
  • 4 step: Ultra low-power IC design for wearable sensor devices
  • 5 step: Joint research with Task 1 group for low-power dissipation device technology

Prof. J.I.Song (GIST, High Speed Integrated Circuit Lab) has been researching the sensor module for wireless massively distributed sensor network, and Low power Analog-Digital Mixed circuit design, and hybrid optical access network. He is the director of Massively Distributed Sensor Network center at GIST.

2) Technology development for small wireless communication system and biocompatibility

Our research is expected to achieve the Signal amplification and noise rejection technology based on noise characteristic modeling. Moreover, by using multi-sensor, biocompatible parallel type of bio/body information processing technology can be achieved as well.

  • 1 step: Research of bio-signal, multimedia communication traffic characteristic and modeling of noise environment.
  • 2 step: Research of RF channel wave attenuation in wearable and implantable communication environment.
  • 3 step: Development of High speed data transfer technology for multi-channel sensor signal and bio-image data transmission.
  • 4 step: Development of Small size wireless communication module and low power protocols for wireless network
  • 5step: Joint research with Task 2 and Task 4 group for communication techniques and performance analysis.

Prof. K.S.Kim (GIST, Communications & Sensor Networks Lab) has conducted researches about wireless communication technology and signal processing technology for multimedia communication.

3) Technology development of information processing and system based on Nanobio-sensor

Our research is expected to achieve the Signal amplification and noise rejection technology based on noise characteristic modeling. Moreover, by using multi-sensor, biocompatible parallel type of bio/body information processing technology can be achieved as well.

  • 1 step: Signal processing for multi-sensor
  • 2 step: Analysis for sampling of interested signal based on information-theory
  • 3 step: Wireless body area network (WBAN) for constructions of communication
  • 4 step: Research and Development of medical system, applied algorithms, and unified system structure based on signal of Bio sensor (Task 4)

Prof. K. Sohraby (University of Missouri-Kansas city) has been leading the research of a field of networking. His research areas are modeling, design, and analysis of communication network. He has presented outstanding results in traffic analysis modeling and network structure design.

Prof. H. Lim (GIST, Wireless Communications and Networking Lab) has been researching the mathematical analysis and modeling simulation for network system. He is conducting the wireless body area network (WBAN) for medical information system.

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