Medical Electronics Manufacturing
High-Resolution Color TFT-LCDs for Web-Enabled Medical Devices
Thin displays with Web-standard resolution will support tomorrow's upgradable equipment platforms.
Integrating a Graphical User Interface into an Existing Medical Device
New technology makes GUIs a fast and cost-effective way to add features and improve on existing designs.
Rechargeable Batteries: An Old Technology for New Medical Electronics
Despite its age, no suitable replacement has been found for sealed lead-acid battery technology for use in some medical devices.
Improve Battery Performance with Proper Charging Methods
Understanding different charging methods is key to extending the life of batteries destined for medical electronics.
Safety: Putting the Power in Medical Electronics
Specifying the right power supply for the application is critical to ensuring the safety of medical electronics.
Real-Time X-Ray Technology for Inspecting Critical Medical Devices
New x-ray technology offers medical electronics manufacturers a high-resolution, high-sensitivity imaging option for inspection of electronics and more.
RF DATA ENTRY
Increase Warehouse Throughput with Automated RF Data Entry
A data-capture solution using radio-frequency data entry can increase throughput of a medical electronics distribution center.
Mapping EMI in the Modern Hospital
Basile Spyropoulos, Dimitris Glotsos, Dimitris Batistatos, and Ioannis Marneris
An on-line EMI distribution mapping system pinpoints potential EMI threats and provides information for determining preventive action.
Medical Imaging Systems: Ensuring High-Availability Performance
Justin Moll and Stephen Christo
Balancing high performance, high reliability, and cost-effectiveness is possible with new switched-fabric-based technology.
Move Over, HTML: XML Is Ideal for Hospital Data Flow
Edward F. Steinfeld
Using what was learned from the more cumbersome HTML, XML could be the best language for programming medical electronics used in a hospital environment.
ADVANCED IC TECHNOLOGY
System-on-Chip Solutions for Next-Generation Medical Applications
The latest system-on-chip technology can help designers of portable and implantable medical equipment address requirements for performance, power consumption, and size.