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Development of Chemiluminescence Resonance Test System Using SiPM Front-end ASIC to Detect Na and K Ions in Urine

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@article{IJASEIT12996,
   author = {Hojong Chang and KyungDon Choi and Byunghun Han and Hyunduk Kim and Jaeho Ko and Gyuseong Cho},
   title = {Development of Chemiluminescence Resonance Test System Using SiPM Front-end ASIC to Detect Na and K Ions in Urine},
   journal = {International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology},
   volume = {11},
   number = {3},
   year = {2021},
   pages = {1172--1177},
   keywords = {SiPM; RU; ASIC; Sodium; Potassium; Photon.},
   abstract = {

The importance of measure and control dietary salinity arises to prevent and control the disease. There are several methods to measure the dietary salinities from blood or urine. The blood test is an accurate but inconvenient method because patients need to be at hospitals and wait for a longer time. Urine can be collected at home, and the test is more convenient. A 24-hour urine test is more accurate than random urine (RU) may cause more human errors. For this reason, testing RU accuracy for application will increase the convenience of patients. A SiPM sensor system to measure Guanine-based chemiluminescence resonance test light was developed. An ASIC system was developed and packaged to a chip. A test board for the packaged chip was developed. In parallel, the layout of an ASIC chip was assembled with SiPM and tested in the dark chamber to understand the functionality. The ASIC chip was tested in various frequencies with the test board. At the target frequency, the ASIC chip achieved 870 gain, which is exceeding the goal of 100. The SiPM system was measured with an oscilloscope, and the output signal was as expected. The performance test was done at a very high frequency (100MHz) and achieved 80.5% detection compared to the original light source signal. The ASIC chip development was successful, and SiPM matched the specification of the target operation.

},    issn = {2088-5334},    publisher = {INSIGHT - Indonesian Society for Knowledge and Human Development},    url = {http://ijaseit.insightsociety.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=1&article_id=12996},    doi = {10.18517/ijaseit.11.3.12996} }

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%A Chang, Hojong
%A Choi, KyungDon
%A Han, Byunghun
%A Kim, Hyunduk
%A Ko, Jaeho
%A Cho, Gyuseong
%D 2021
%T Development of Chemiluminescence Resonance Test System Using SiPM Front-end ASIC to Detect Na and K Ions in Urine
%B 2021
%9 SiPM; RU; ASIC; Sodium; Potassium; Photon.
%! Development of Chemiluminescence Resonance Test System Using SiPM Front-end ASIC to Detect Na and K Ions in Urine
%K SiPM; RU; ASIC; Sodium; Potassium; Photon.
%X 

The importance of measure and control dietary salinity arises to prevent and control the disease. There are several methods to measure the dietary salinities from blood or urine. The blood test is an accurate but inconvenient method because patients need to be at hospitals and wait for a longer time. Urine can be collected at home, and the test is more convenient. A 24-hour urine test is more accurate than random urine (RU) may cause more human errors. For this reason, testing RU accuracy for application will increase the convenience of patients. A SiPM sensor system to measure Guanine-based chemiluminescence resonance test light was developed. An ASIC system was developed and packaged to a chip. A test board for the packaged chip was developed. In parallel, the layout of an ASIC chip was assembled with SiPM and tested in the dark chamber to understand the functionality. The ASIC chip was tested in various frequencies with the test board. At the target frequency, the ASIC chip achieved 870 gain, which is exceeding the goal of 100. The SiPM system was measured with an oscilloscope, and the output signal was as expected. The performance test was done at a very high frequency (100MHz) and achieved 80.5% detection compared to the original light source signal. The ASIC chip development was successful, and SiPM matched the specification of the target operation.

%U http://ijaseit.insightsociety.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=1&article_id=12996 %R doi:10.18517/ijaseit.11.3.12996 %J International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology %V 11 %N 3 %@ 2088-5334

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Hojong Chang,KyungDon Choi,Byunghun Han,Hyunduk Kim,Jaeho Ko and Gyuseong Cho,"Development of Chemiluminescence Resonance Test System Using SiPM Front-end ASIC to Detect Na and K Ions in Urine," International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 1172-1177, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.18517/ijaseit.11.3.12996.

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AU  - Chang, Hojong
AU  - Choi, KyungDon
AU  - Han, Byunghun
AU  - Kim, Hyunduk
AU  - Ko, Jaeho
AU  - Cho, Gyuseong
PY  - 2021
TI  - Development of Chemiluminescence Resonance Test System Using SiPM Front-end ASIC to Detect Na and K Ions in Urine
JF  - International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology; Vol. 11 (2021) No. 3
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SP  - 1172
EP  - 1177
SN  - 2088-5334
PB  - INSIGHT - Indonesian Society for Knowledge and Human Development
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N2  - 

The importance of measure and control dietary salinity arises to prevent and control the disease. There are several methods to measure the dietary salinities from blood or urine. The blood test is an accurate but inconvenient method because patients need to be at hospitals and wait for a longer time. Urine can be collected at home, and the test is more convenient. A 24-hour urine test is more accurate than random urine (RU) may cause more human errors. For this reason, testing RU accuracy for application will increase the convenience of patients. A SiPM sensor system to measure Guanine-based chemiluminescence resonance test light was developed. An ASIC system was developed and packaged to a chip. A test board for the packaged chip was developed. In parallel, the layout of an ASIC chip was assembled with SiPM and tested in the dark chamber to understand the functionality. The ASIC chip was tested in various frequencies with the test board. At the target frequency, the ASIC chip achieved 870 gain, which is exceeding the goal of 100. The SiPM system was measured with an oscilloscope, and the output signal was as expected. The performance test was done at a very high frequency (100MHz) and achieved 80.5% detection compared to the original light source signal. The ASIC chip development was successful, and SiPM matched the specification of the target operation.

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The importance of measure and control dietary salinity arises to prevent and control the disease. There are several methods to measure the dietary salinities from blood or urine. The blood test is an accurate but inconvenient method because patients need to be at hospitals and wait for a longer time. Urine can be collected at home, and the test is more convenient. A 24-hour urine test is more accurate than random urine (RU) may cause more human errors. For this reason, testing RU accuracy for application will increase the convenience of patients. A SiPM sensor system to measure Guanine-based chemiluminescence resonance test light was developed. An ASIC system was developed and packaged to a chip. A test board for the packaged chip was developed. In parallel, the layout of an ASIC chip was assembled with SiPM and tested in the dark chamber to understand the functionality. The ASIC chip was tested in various frequencies with the test board. At the target frequency, the ASIC chip achieved 870 gain, which is exceeding the goal of 100. The SiPM system was measured with an oscilloscope, and the output signal was as expected. The performance test was done at a very high frequency (100MHz) and achieved 80.5% detection compared to the original light source signal. The ASIC chip development was successful, and SiPM matched the specification of the target operation.

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