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2013-11-07 Implantable sensor to enable long-term medical monitoring
MIT researchers developed carbon nanotubes that detect nitric oxide can be implanted under the skin for more than a year.
2008-04-01 ICs ready for medical practice
Recent semiconductor advances in the medical field give credence to a rising belief that biology will be one of the next big application areas in electronics
2013-04-09 Choosing medical device interconnects
Biocompatibilty, durability and reliability are key attributes to consider when selecting the right interconnects for remotely connecting healthcare professionals and patients.
2009-12-07 12-/16bit ADCs generate less noise for medical apps
ADI's new ADCs offer 125Hz output data rate, generate less noise and consume 25 percent less current.
2008-03-27 10 solution enables wireless health monitoring
Researchers at Cambridge Consultants have developed a $10 single-chip solution that allows medical devices to transmit data wirelessly
2013-12-16 Wireless devices to boost medical electronics market
IC Insights forecasted that medical electronics sales will grow eight percent to about $50.9 billion in 2014 after rising just three percent in 2013 to an estimated $47.3 billion
2012-03-19 Wireless charging of medical electronics
Here's a look at the benefits and drawbacks of wireless charging for medical devices
2009-01-09 Who will shoulder medical tech expenses
Medical advances are within reach, according to the members of a CES panel called "Your Robot Will See You Now," except for one overshadowing issue: who pays and how
2012-07-10 Wearable medical devices to surge in 2017
Some of the applications of the device include tracking the pace of someone's daily run, recognizing a fall that might have injured a senior, reporting blood sugar levels in a diabetic and monitoring the heart rate of a patient in hospital
2010-05-10 USB-packed MCU delivers intelligent supply monitoring
From Maxim Integrated Products comes the MAXQ622 high-performance, 16bit RISC microcontroller with an integrated USB transceiver.
2007-03-28 Touch-sensing ICs suit medical apps
Omron Electronic Components developed an application-ready touch-sensing IC family that measures floating capacitance through most touch panel materials, including those in medical products
2008-04-07 TI, India medical school team on health care monitoring
Texas Instruments Inc. has entered a collaborative agreement with Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, to develop semiconductor technologies that will help improve the quality, comfort and accessibility of health care.
2007-09-25 TI's million-dollar Rx for medical tech research
Universities worldwide stand to gain from $15 million worth of medical technology research funds to be granted by Texas Instruments Inc
2014-04-23 The key to improving wearable medical electronics
An essential component of wearable technologies is the power source which usually comes in the form of a battery.
2007-05-31 Temp sensor simplifies thermal diode monitoring
TI has developed a temperature sensor that features programmable series resistance cancellation and diode non-ideality correction, which eliminates the need for individual processor resistance calibration.
2012-05-15 Smart battery sensor targets auto, industrial, medical batteries
Touting two high-precision 18bit Sigma/Delta ADCs with an on-chip voltage reference, ZMDI's ZSSC185 battery sensor IC uses less than 100?A in sleep mode and comes in a 0.85mm x 5mm x 5mm PQFN32 package.
2014-09-18 SiP sol'n offers precision sensing in portable medical devices
ON Semiconductor introduced Struix, a semi-customisable SiP solution for precision sensing and monitoring in various mobile medical electronics such as glucose monitors and heart rate monitors.
2014-08-15 Singapore ThumbDrive inventor eyes cloud, medical segments
Trek, the firm that created the ThumbDrive, is expanding its business and finally quitting the patent battles over the memory stick in order to venture into other areas in technology.
2008-11-13 RF platforms to upgrade medical electronics systems
With a goal to put ICs at the heart of medical electronics, Texas Instruments came to Electronica with three new offerings
2009-02-11 RF chips find big market in medical apps
Radio frequency CMOS is being applied to a growing but fragmented set of medical applications ranging from imaging and DNA testing to networking in and around the body
2012-09-04 Research integrates CMOS into flexible substrates for medical implants
The technology uses SOI CMOS devices and two layers of a polymer called Parylene C, one of which is perforated, to bond them to flexible substrates.
2010-10-27 Power protection controllers combine hot swap, digital monitoring
Texas Instruments debuts new controllers with hot swap control and digital current monitoring
2008-09-16 Pick the ideal ADC for your medical application
With faster and lower power serial ADCs, medical devices will continue to improve in accuracy, speed and ease-of-use. Choose from the different ADCs suitable for your medical application
2013-11-05 Optimise wireless medical devices' battery life
The medical device industry is ripe for a new approach to analysing the energy requirements of battery powered medical devices
2014-09-29 Online monitoring of resistive power load (Part 2
As we have already tackled the models and topologies for continuously monitoring the resistance of power load in Part 1, we will now look into interesting cases and examples
2014-09-23 Online monitoring of resistive power load (Part 1
This article series tackles the models and topologies for continuously monitoring the resistance of the power load without disturbing system's normal operation
2009-04-23 On-chip MCUs fit portable medical apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has developed the MSP430FG47x ultralow power microcontroller series designed for low-cost medical devices
2008-10-15 Mixed-signal FPGAs heed medical calling
Increasing health care costs, the prevalence of chronic diseases, aging populations and large emerging markets are creating tremendous demand for affordable, robust and reliable medical devices to improve the treatment and care of millions of patients worldwide
2006-12-15 Microchip forms new group to target medical device market
Microchip Technology has formed the Medical Products Group to capture the projected strong demand for electronics in the $100 billion medical device market
2008-03-03 MEMS gear up for medical mission
Microelectromechanical-system-based inertial and motion sensors are finding slots in medical applications, with demand fueled by implantable devices that must be highly reliable and very small, as well as by handheld devices for home monitoring and diagnostics.
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