Design of a low power Transimpedance amplifier (TIA) for analysis of structural behaviour of DNA through Nanopore sensors
Title:Design of a low power Transimpedance amplifier (TIA) for analysis of structural behavior of DNA through Nanopore sensors
Brief Description of project:
Nanopore are critical sensors, use to detect the small signal changes from a passing DNA strand through it and hence requires a highly sensitive low noise current to voltage amplifier for depicting the behavior of DNA.
Predicting an accurate model of nucleotide in DNA is of key interest for many genome studies.
A typical IA architecture consists of an integrator cascaded with a differentiator, along with pseudo-resistors buffer circuitry
The objective is to design a low power TIA architecture for depicting an accurate structural behavior of the DNA on the basis of changes in current observed by the nanopore sensor.
• Dr. Rajnish Sharma
• Kulbhushan Sharma, (PhD Scholar)
• AnishaPathania, (ME Scholar)
• ChanderPartap Singh, (ME Scholar)