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2003-03-28 XPiQ 25W supplies target medical apps
XPiQ Inc.'s PMB-25 series of open-frame single-, dual-, and triple-output ac/dc supplies delivers a nominal 25W rating in 10 models.
2011-08-30 Wireless sensors to drive body-worn medical apps
Bluetooth 4.0 and the planned 802.15.6 specification will push wearable medical devices to cross 100 million units by 2016, according to ABI Research.
2015-05-19 Wireless portable medical device IC market to hit $3.6B in 2019
The reasons behind the growth of ICs in WPMDs, globally, are the increasing population and growing lifestyle diseases, which are also leading to the increase in demand for personalisation of WPMDs.
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.
2013-11-29 Why medical devices should be secured
The medical electronics industry has to attend to the security issues on portable 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.
2006-10-05 UXGA LCD module suits medical image diagnosis apps
The new LCD module from NEC LCD Technologies is suitable for medical use including diagnosis of radiogram interpretation of X-ray images.
2009-02-20 UV LEDs target medical, industrial apps
TT electronics Optek Technology has released the OUE8A Series of UV LEDs in the UV-A spectrum offered in a variety of wavelengths and housed in hermetic TO-46 metal can packages.
2012-08-21 Utilize wafer-scale CMOS X-ray imaging for medical apps
This imaging technology can bring key advantages in terms of performance such as high resolution, high dynamic range and low noise capabilities.
2013-10-08 Uses of copper barrier capacitors in medical field
Read about the growing demand for capacitors for use in a various medical devices.
2009-05-22 USB isolator IC tailored for medical apps
Analog Devices Inc. has introduced what they say is the first USB data-line isolator that features 5kVrms isolation (IEC 60601-1 Medical Safety and VDE 0884-10 Approvals are pending).
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.
2006-11-16 Ultralow-power RFICs key to medical implants
Wireless implanted medical devices require transceivers that meet challenges for ultra low-power consumption while operating in the 402-405MHz MICS band.
2007-02-26 Ultralow-power MCUs suit portable medical apps
TI's new series of ultralow power MCUs with up to 120Kbyte flash memory targets deeply embedded industrial sensing applications including portable medical systems.
2008-09-23 U.S. OEMS reign in industrial, medical electronics ranking
Electronics.ca Publications notes in its new report entitled 'Industrial, Medical Electronics and Semiconductor Report Service' that of a world market valued at around $525 billion in 2007, U.S. OEMs accounted for half of the total.
2004-10-29 Triple-output switchers serve low-power medical
XPiQ introduced multi-output versions of the ECM40 and ECM60 families of 40W and 60W ac/dc switching power supplies.
2005-03-24 Transformer targets medical apps
Signal Transformer expanded its M4L series of international power isolation transformers to include the 450VA rated M4L-1-4, M4L-2-4, and M4L-3-4 devices.
2007-12-21 Tower, CMT Medical develop flat-panel X-ray detectors
Tower Semiconductor and CMT Medical Technologies have partnered to develop and market X-ray detectors for medical applications.
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.
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.
2010-01-22 Tiny reflective sensor tailored for medical apps
Optek's OPB733TR reflective object sensor is designed to provide medical electronics engineers with a reflective device capable of an enhanced sensing range in space-constrained applications.
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.
2008-03-04 TI shifts focus to medical, energy, safety apps
TI intends to go after the medical, energy and safety markets with a laser-sharp focus on low-power processing and advanced analog/mixed-signal building blocks.
2004-04-14 TI MCU simplifies design of medical apps
Designers of portable medical apps can simplify their designs and reduce time-to-market by using the single-chip, ultra-low power MCU from Texas Instruments.
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.
2003-01-13 TI ADC fits portable instrumentation, medical apps
The ADS1244 24-bit delta-sigma ADC draws 90?A and is available in an MSOP-10 casing, making it suitable for use in high-resolution measurements.
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.
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