Design and Theoretical Analysis of Bit Error Rate (BER)-modulated Inductive-coupling Transceiver Using Dynamic Intermediate Interference Control Technique for Low-power Communication

Ge Xu, Kenya Hayashi, Shigeki Arata, Shunya Murakami, Dang Cong Bui, Atsuki Kobayashi, Kiichi Niitsu
2020 Sensors and materials  
In this paper, we present a bit error rate (BER)-modulated inductive-coupling transceiver using a dynamic intermediate interference control technique for the first time. By controlling interference from the intermediate writer, the BER can be modulated. A simulation with Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis (SPICE) is performed for a proposal of 65 nm CMOS. The simulation results show that the proposed approach is effective for the power and cost reduction of the writer. The
more » ... he writer. The layout area without an I/O pad is approximately 0.015 mm 2 and the communication distance is 20 μm. The power consumption of the transmitter is reduced to 0.3 μW.
doi:10.18494/sam.2020.2558 fatcat:ub4q4rzwcbd7ll3kilj6tjnthu