Medical Electronics Manufacturing
The Steady Shrinkage of Implantable Medical Electronics
Three-dimensional chip-scale packaging and other new circuit assembly techniques are making the miniaturization of implantable devices a reality.
Electromechanical Testing: Comparing IEC 62353 with IEC 60601
The new IEC 62353 in-service test standard may alleviate some of the difficulties encountered with IEC 60601.
CANopen: A Technique for Networking Medical Devices
CANopen technology provides a modular network that facilitates communication with other devices.
Minimizing Board Flexure Damage to Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors Using Acoustic Imaging to Diagnose Singulation-Cracked MLCCs
Patrick Gormally, John Bultitude, and Vito Coppola
Techniques are emerging that minimize the incidence of a PCB component defect that can cause problems in devices.
The incidence of performance failures in equipment can be reduced with an imaging technique that provides a quality assurance check.
Using Acoustic Imaging to Diagnose Singulation-Cracked MLCCs
Exploring Networked Portable Devices
The commodification of power and communications subsystems is a key advance in embedded technologies for mobile and home-care devices.
Selecting the Proper Medical Embedded Board
Seven steps are provided to help medical device OEMs select the appropriate embedded computer board and supplier.
Standardized Processing with Computer-on-Modules
Marc Brown and Matthias Huber
Medical electronics manufacturers should consider a new option in embedded computing systems.