Medical Electronics Manufacturing
Designing and Optimizing Battery Systems for Portable Medical Devices
Product safety and performance reliability depend on the mobile-equipment designer making informed component decisions and then testing the design under real-world conditions.
A Modular Multiaccelerator Platform for High-Performance Imaging and Visualization
Philippe Roy and Robert Murphy
A standards-based system offers all the benefits of a blade server in bringing data-intensive medical imaging functions to the office desktop.
Medical Device Network Control Standards
Cyrilla Jane Menon
Open networking solutions based on the CANopen standard save medical equipment developers time and money.
Solid-State Storage: Security and Low Power Use for Medical Electronics
Solid-state storage devices can boost data security, enhance power management, and lower overall costs of medical electronics development.
Reliability Qualification Testing of Chip-Scale IC Packages
Miniature PCB-mounted components that passed tests for high-reliability portable applications provide an example of component qualification for medical electronics OEMs.
EMI Considerations in Selecting AC/DC Switching Power Supplies
Ryan Gordon Benhard
Understanding the electromagnetic interference issues for power supplies helps designers to select the right power supply to integrate into their medical electronics.
Ten Common EMI Problems in Medical Electronics
William D. Kimmel and Daryl D. Gerke
Paying attention to fundamental problem sources during the product design stage can prevent interference issues from affecting equipment performance.