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posted in February 2013
IMEC working on remote cardiac monitoring
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2/27/2013   1 comment
IMEC has joined forces with two organizations to develop cardiac monitoring products integrating ultra-low power ICs.
Vishay integrates MEPIC resistor on a PCB substrate
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2/22/2013   Post a comment
Device offers joule or flash ignition for fast firing times down to 250 µs, and features firing energy down to 1.5 mJ.
Qualcomm integrates RF for world LTE phone
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2/22/2013   2 comments
Fabless giant aims to ease the job of creating a phone that can roam LTE’s 40 global spectrum bands.
Flexible termination capacitors rated for use at 150°C
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2/14/2013   Post a comment
Kemet has extended the case size offerings as well as capacitance values in both the C0G and ultra-stable X8R dielectric platforms.
Medical monitoring gets personal, goes mobile
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2/14/2013   3 comments
The trend towards continuous monitoring of vital signs relies on low-power, high-performance sensors, analog and digital processing, and ease of connectivity.
How to meet driver assistance requirements
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2/12/2013   Post a comment
A flexible multi-channel approach to communications can meet the requirements of infotainment and driver assistance as they grow together and face higher bandwidth needs.
Wide terminal thin film chip resistors debut with ohmic values down to 1 O
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2/7/2013   Post a comment
In a compact 0406 package, Vishay claims its latest devices boast the lowest ohmic values in the industry.
How healthy is your heart?
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2/6/2013   Post a comment
Medical equipments have one thing in common and that is the presence of electronics. From the tiny gadget that checks the amount of sugar in blood to the bulky ECG machine which measures your heart operation. This paper gives a small-window view of the places where electronics is used and has been sitting silently in our lives over the years.


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