Technology Spotlights Filtered by - Medical

New Electronics strives to bring you all the latest technology news from the Medical sector. Advances in electronics are often fast-paced and innovative, so we know that as a design engineer you want to be kept up-to-date with current developments.

Below is a comprehensive list of all the latest electronics technology news from New Electronics.

Sample NXP’s interface ICs and cut medical design and approval cycles

Improved diagnostics, treatment and preventive care from healthcare equipment go hand-in-hand with user interface innovation and better device connectivity. However, lengthy healthcare approval processes often constrain designers and limit device innovation. NXP helps system designers add features with minimal modifications, with a great selection of proven LCD and touch interfaces, UARTs and bridges, display and storage interfaces, and I²C-bus system peripherals and enablers.

Less than two weeks to go until the Engineering Design Show!

With less than two weeks to go until the Engineering Design Show opens its doors, time is running out to sign up for the Show's high level conference and workshop programmes. Register now for your chance to attend a dedicated conference on haptics in medical engineering held by Leeds University PhD students. Enter the promo code 'NE2012' to attend for free!

RS Components showcases its successful free online design tools at Embedded World 2012

RS Components is using this year's Embedded World exhibition as a platform to highlight its expansive electronics product offering, and to present its industry-leading free online tools which have been designed to enhance the Find, Design, Buy experience for electronics engineers and purchasing professionals across the globe. Taking centre stage on the RS stand is DesignSpark PCB, the company's award-winning free professional standard PCB design software. Visit us in Hall 1, Stand 156 to find out more.

Collaboration develops artificial pancreas

Pushing the boundaries of current technologies using an automated closed loop software algorithm, Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) and a Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion (CSII) could help many thousands of diabetes patients around the world lead improved lives by providing an artificial pancreas. Leading product design and development company Triteq, is part of the AP@home collaboration a European research project funded by the European Commission and is responsible for developing the system for Clinical Evaluations across six European sites.

MWS series – ‘Green’ power supplies from TDK-Lambda

TDK-Lambda UK has introduced a new series of 'green' power supplies that is ideal for use in environmentally friendly, compact electronic equipment. The 65W 2" x 4" MWS series AC-DC power supply has a very low 1" profile and uses innovative design techniques to combine high efficiency, high power density and low standby power.

18-Bit, 1.6Msps, Serial SAR ADC Achieves 101dB SNR Performance

The LTC2379-18 is a serial 18-bit, 1.6Msps SAR ADC that achieves an unrivaled 101dB SNR and -118dB THD while supporting a fully differential ±5V input range with a maximum INL of ±2LSB with no missing codes and guaranteed specifications over the -40°C to 125°C temperature range. It operates from a 2.5V supply, consumes only 18mW and is available in small 3 x 4mm DFN and MSOP-16 packages - ideal for high performance medical, industrial and automotive applications. In conjunction with Arrow Electronics.

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