Medical Electronics Manufacturing
Designing Robust Wireless Sensor Applications
Stuart Fisher, Frank Shen, and Michael Taborn
When combined in an embedded computing platform, virtualization, remote management, and enhanced security increase equipment reliability and availability.
Isolating the USB in Medical Systems
New technology can directly isolate USB signal lines and thus provide designers with more flexibility.
EOS versus ESD Misdiagnosis: Charged-Board Events Are a Growing Industry Concern IMAGING Using ATCA Standards to Achieve Smoother System Processes
Ted Dangelmayer, Tery Welsher, and Andrew Olney
Failure analysts should look carefully at board-level and system-level ESD events before assigning an EOS diagnosis to the failure.
As more medical systems incorporate real-time data analysis, ATCA standards can help manufacturers ensure reliability while saving time and costs.
Using ATCA Standards to Achieve Smoother System Processes
Damage-Free Alloy Conversion for Medical Components
As suppliers rid themselves of traditional lead solders, how do medical device manufacturers cope with the changes? The answer is very carefully.
Selective Soldering Benefits Mixed Technology Assemblies
Todd King and Reed Gaither
When old and new technologies meet, selective soldering delivers a fast and consistent processing method.