In this study, a review of biomedical application examples of sinh-domain filters is presented. Increasing living standards in developed countries and the combination of low-cost and practical health solutions determine the progress of biomedical systems. The design strategies of today's biomedical systems are aimed at achieving higher speed and wide dynamic range, lower power consumption and portable design. Therefore, sinh-domain filters, which have positive properties such as offering a wide dynamic range at low supply voltage, electronically adjusting the frequency characteristic, providing linearity and low power consumption, and the requirement for small chip area, are becoming increasingly important for biomedical applications that require extremely low power dissipation. During the acquisition of main biomedical signals with low voltage magnitude and low frequency, such as Electroencephalogram (EEG), Electrocardiogram (ECG) and Electromyogram (EMG), some unwanted signals occur. In order to remove these unwanted signals from the biopotential signal, various filtering processes are performed according to the characteristics of the signal. The subject of this study is to examine the low power and low voltage sinh-domain filters recommended in the literature for biomedical applications.

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İbrahim Kaya (ikaya@dicle.edu.tr, Dicle Üniversitesi) Mehmet Akın (makin@dicle.edu.tr, Dicle Üniversitesi) Selim Börekci (sborekci@akdeniz.edu.tr, Akdeniz Üniversitesi ) M. Serhat Keserlioğlu (mskeserlioglu@pau.edu.tr, Pamukkale Üniversitesi) Hasari Karcı (hasarikarci@harran.edu.tr, Harran Üniversitesi) Remzi Şeker (Remzi.Seker@erau.edu, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University) Uğur Çam (ugur.cam@deu.edu.tr, Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi) Oğuzhan Çiçekoğlu (cicekogl@boun.edu.tr, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi)

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