12-02 :: February/March 2012
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lessly. It can be used to run electronics on the device and propel it through the bloodstream.
This work has demonstrated a wirelessly powered implantable system capable of remotely controlled motion in fluid. This design achieves extremely low power consumption, and has very robust operation in a variety of environmental conditions
in terms of power transmission, data transfer, and antenna separation and alignment. The designed circuits can also be adapted to a variety of implan- table systems.