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Biomedical signal processor targets wearable biomedical sensor systems

2/27/2011 03:35 PM EST
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agk   3/1/2011 3:50:52 PM
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imec.be website is worth visiting.Plenty of information and oppotunities.They are on to nano technology and integrating the same into wearable sensors and signal processing and health care

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DrQuine   3/1/2011 3:32:10 PM
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This is an innovative approach to allow for mobile monitoring of medical devices and conditions. It will be interesting how this approach and the solar powered approach described last week (http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4213429/Millimeter-scale-all-in-one-computers-debut) evolve over time.

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