|Dimensions||4368μm x 4768μm|
|Power||20 mW (@50MHz, 1.2V)|
The VivoSoC 2.001 is an incremental tape-out of VivoSoC platform for biomedical signal acquisition. This chip is feature rich and designed to be potentially employed in different portable applications, e.g.: mass-market consumer fitness tracker, medical-grade teleheath point-of-care, implantable devices for chronic disease monitoring and management.
To fit the tight energy budgets of portable devices, the operating point of each SoC block can be fine tuned to trade-off unnecessary precision with power.
Main chip features:
The name VivoSoC is based on the Italian word "Vivo" that can be translated as "Alive". The logo continues the trend of Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey inspired logos on chips where Philipp Schoenle has worked on. The chip was manufactured on an MPW run with several smaller dies. As a result we had only very few intact VivoSoC2.001 dies available and all of them were packaged. The photos show a die that was diced through so that other dies can be taken out.