Medical Electronics Manufacturing
of Dedication: MEM Marks 10 Years in Medical Electronics
From component selection to advanced technologies, for 10 years the pages of MEM have been filled with the latest information and practical guidance on the development of medical electronics products.
Complex Electrical Safety Testing of Medical Devices
Improvements in test instrumentation help simplify the complex safety testing requirements for medical electronics.
Manufacturing: A New Technology for Microdevice Fabrication
Using computer-aided design, complex 3-D microdevices can be fabricated by electroplating multiple, patterned layers.
Lighting for Compact and Portable Medical Applications
D. G. Sime
New polymer chemistries have revived an old lighting technology, making it a viable option for the stringent requirements of medical electronics.
a Wireless Future for Medical Electronics
William E. Saltzstein
A number of wireless options offer new possibilities for the future of medical electronics. Bluetooth technology takes the lead.
Embedded Technology for Medical Electronics Development
PC/104 architecture provides compact design and durability to meet the requirements of medical device manufacturers.
Critical Look at Embedding Windows into Medical Instrumentation Applications
Windows is the most widely available operating system for the PC platform, but what are its benefits and limitations for deterministic responsiveness?
Medical Devices for Network Connectivity
With many manufacturers deciding to network-enable their devices, here are five tips for medical equipment manufacturers selecting a networking-enabling technology partner.
New Role for Medical Electronics in Health Resource Management
Health resource management can solve some key issues in the healthcare industry, but its success requires the development of wireless-based medical devices.
Medical Devices Smarter with CAN and CANopen Protocols
Nearly all medical electronics can now use controller-area network technology for remote access via the internet.
EMC Requirements in Store for Electrical Medical Devices
A new electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standard for electrical medical devices will impose more-stringent requirements on products before being placed on the market.
Design Guidelines for EMI Shielding
Michael Keough and Jason Davis
Shielding problems with EMI gaskets can often be traced back to improper mechanical compression.