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2011-01-25 Ultrasound driver chipset aims at medical imaging apps
Supertex Inc. unveils MD1715 and TC8020, an ultrasound driver chipset that generates a five level waveform for high resolution imaging in medical ultrasound applications.
2008-07-07 TI positions analog front-end for portable ultrasound
Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced a fully integrated analog front end for portable ultrasound equipment
2010-09-13 Siemens, National Semi team up for ultrasound, 3D/4D
The two companies have joined in a strategic alliance for advanced ultrasound technology, focusing on 3D/4D imaging capabilities and cutting power consumption
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
2006-04-18 Pulser chip improves board spacing in medical imaging apps
The new pulser chip from Supertex combines control logic circuitry, level translators, MOSFET gate drive buffers, clamp circuits, and high current, high voltage MOSFETS in one small package.
2005-02-08 MOSFET driver ICs tailored for medical ultrasound market
Supertex released the first in a family of high performance MOSFET driver ICs targeted for the medical ultrasound market.
2007-02-02 Chip enables portable CW Doppler ultrasound
ADI's quad programmable I&Q demodulator with phase shifter consumes 30 percent less power than competitive solutions, allowing medical instrument manufacturers to provide CW Doppler capabilities in portable and battery-powered equipment
2005-09-21 AFE improves ultrasound images
Analog Devices rolled out a quad variable gain amplifier and two quad analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) that are said to dramatically improve image quality in advanced medical ultrasound equipment
2008-10-07 Advanced AFEs ease use for portable ultrasound systems
Texas Instruments has released two integrated analog front-ends for handheld ultrasound systems
2009-10-09 Ultrasound T/R switch speeds design
TI's eight-channel, transmit/receive (T/R) switch addresses designers' need to build smaller portable ultrasound systems, speeds time to market
2011-10-27 Toolkit enhances medical imaging devices
TI's medical imaging software toolkit offers image processing kernels for applications such as diagnostic ultrasound and OCT.
2007-02-20 TI enters medical arena
Seeing enough growth in medical electronics, Texas Instruments Inc. has quietly started a small group focused in the field
2011-06-20 The suitable IC for medical devices: Bipolar or CMOS
Here's a comparison of bipolar and CMOS devices to help you decide where each is applicable.
2010-11-30 Samplify, Telemed build ultrasound modules
Samplify and Telemed are combining their hardware and software products, respectively, to develop and market an ultrasound system for medical electronics companies.
2010-01-28 Pulse controller saves space, costs in ultrasound apps
The device provides the accurately timed high-voltage pulses that generate the ultrasound burst and switch to receive mode to detect the echoed signals
2011-04-04 Power chip handles hundreds of channels for ultrasound scanner
STMicroelectronics' new smart power technology is expected to reduce power consumption in a wide range of electronic systems.
2008-09-16 Perk up medical imaging with improved connectors
Connectors used in today's medical applications must function at higher speeds, provide higher density, require smaller footprints and lower profiles, and comply with ever-stricter industry standards
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
2013-09-05 Medical-grade display market to grow 30% in 2017
Medical-grade display revenue is forecast to rise to $3.2 billion in 2017, up 29 per cent from $2.5 billion in 2012, according to IHS
2010-05-31 Medical IC market remains healthy in 2010
The 2010 Medical Semiconductors report from Databeans forecasts that total medical electronics revenue will reach $128.6 billion in sales
2005-06-08 Medical cable assemblies feature color-coded connectors
CDM Electronics offers custom cable assemblies that feature color-coded WPI/Viking Thorkom circular connectors that are designed to withstand autoclaving and irradiated sterilization
2011-10-13 ICs suited for industrial ultrasound apps
Learn how to interface the DS34S132, a 32-point TDM-over-packet IC, with a DDR3 memory chip.
2011-11-29 How FPGAs boost medical imaging
Learn how field-programmable gate arrays and other computing elements can enhance imaging techniques such as optical coherence tomography.
2009-07-20 Front-end ultrasound IC packs CWD beamformer
Maxim Integrated Products has developed the MAX2078, touted to be the lowest power, octal, ultrasound front-end solution with integrated mixer-based continuous-wave Doppler (CWD) beamformer
2005-08-22 FPGAs to dominate medical semi market, says report
Field programmable gate arrays are likely to be the fastest-growing segment over other technologies in the growing market for semiconductors in medical imaging, according to a study by Frost & Sullivan (New York
2013-10-18 Expanding healthcare focus to boost ASEAN ultrasound market
Healthcare investment by governments plays a crucial role in the success of the ultrasound market in Southeast Asia, according to IHS
2010-05-06 ESC: Medical electronics designers need to push the envelop
The widespread adoption of portable medical devices is forcing medical electronics designers to devise new ways of integrating diverse biotechnologies with electronics while cutting power consumption
2009-06-02 Connectors suit medical imaging apps
From C&K Components comes a family of high reliability connectors for medical applications designed for medical applications ranging from cryogenic processes to imaging equipment
2007-09-17 Connectors cope with medical apps' requirements
Despite the lack of standardized testing today for electronic components used in medical products, manufacturers are delivering connectors that meet the most demanding requirements of the medical industry
2007-08-30 Connectors boost medical systems
As medical OEMs increasingly rely on electronics to deliver higher functionality, they also expect the connectors and cable assemblies to meet the harsher operating conditions and higher reliability requirements demanded in medical applications
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