For implanted neural-sensing devices, one of the remaining challenges is to transmit stable power/data (P/D) transmission for high spatiotemporal resolution neural data. This paper presents a miniaturized implantable 128-channel wireless neural-sensing microsystem using TSV-embedded dissolvable μ-needle array, a flexible interposer and 4 dies by 2.5D/3D TSV heterogeneous SiP technology. The 4 dies are 2 neural-signal acquisition ICs implemented by 90nm CMOS, 1 neural-signal processor by 40nm CMOS and 1 wireless P/D transmission circuitry by 0.18μm CMOS. Thus, the proposed wireless microsystem realizes 128-channel neural-signal sensing within the area of 5mm × 5mm, neural feature extraction and wireless P/D transmission using an on-interposer inductor. The overall average power of the circuits in this microsystem is only 9.85mW.