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  • Medical Device Link .
    Bluetooth: The Future of Wireless Medical Technology? A new technology that borrows from telemetry, IrDA, and 802.11 is set to continue the wireless trend. Medical device designers now have several wireless options for their products. No single wireless technology meets all design goals
  • Medical Device Link .
    Bluetooth and Beyond: Wireless Options for Medical Devices As wireless technologies such as Bluetooth reach maturity, medical device manufacturers now have the option of designing without cables and wires. Over the last several years, wireless technologies have made significant progress
  • Wired 8.03: Must Read
    The air is thick with competing wireless standards for everything from cell phones to smart kitchens. For short-range device-to-device applications, the big name promises to be Bluetooth. For cable-free local area networking, think Wireless Ethernet - known at the IEEE as 802.11, but more familiar
  • Fully Integrated Switch-LNA Front-End IC Design in CMOS: A Systematic Approach for WLAN
    A fully integrated front-end IC is demonstrated for. 802.11b/g transceivers with integrated power amplifiers. The. SP3T-LNA architecture integrates Bluetooth (R) functionality with. transmit and receive for wireless LAN. The transmit switch. achieves a P greater than 33.0 dBm at 2.5 GHz
  • Medical Device Link .
    with sensitive medical equipment. Bluetooth and WiFi use radio frequency (RF), which can cause interference. An IR wireless interface offers the medical equipment designer a versatile and economic wireless transceiver. Figure 1. Typical infrared transceiver printed circuit board base. The IR transceiver
  • Medical Device Link .
    Implementing Wireless Communication in Hospital Environments with Bluetooth, 802.11b, and Other Technologies Wireless technologies offer a number of benefits in healthcare. But what issues remain to be addressed? The medical community continues to look for ways to maintain accuracy while improving
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    congestion and network security, and positioning the U.K. as a global leader in innovation and a magnet for technology intensive business. Scandinavian operator steps up UMA trial Having completed the first phase of its unlicensed mobile access (UMA) pilot using Bluetooth, TeliaSonera AB is cranking
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    . " Desai has also lowered his revenue targets for Cadence Design Systems and Mentor Graphics and is particularly critical of Mentor, whose stock recently hit an all-time high. Bluetooth misses market window again SAN JOSE -- It looks like Bluetooth will miss the market window--again. Despite a dizzying

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