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  • Medical Device Link . General Aging Theory and Simplified Protocol for Accelerated Aging of Medical Devices
    , ambient-aged samples usually do not exist for a such products, it is generally necessary to conduct accelerated-aging tests to provide experimental data in support of performance and shelf-life claims for these products until full-period samples become available. The ability of product designers to accurately
  • Medical Device Link . Biostatistics and the Analysis of Clinical Data
    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Analysis of the data from a medical device clinical trial or study is one of many critical steps along the path to FDA approval and, ultimately, to the marketplace. It is the culmination of all prior planning and execution of the study protocol. In the course
  • Interface of Data Center Cooling Devices
    Protocol gateways from FieldServer Technologies, a division of Sierra Monitor Corporation, are used in computing data centers to provide the vital communication link to maintain the proper cooling temperature in the data center.
  • AN-00160 - Considerations for Sending Data Over a Wireless Link
    Except for the encoder/decoder pair, Linx modules do not place any constraints on the type or format of the data being sent. This freedom allows for more versatility in the types of applications that can use the modules, but it also places the protocol design burden on the customer
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    20 companies, some of which have integrated the CAN module with a microcontroller. Because CAN is a data-link-layer protocol, it specifies only basic communication services. Users must specify an application layer and a communication profile, which defines the use of identifiers, configuration
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    the use or necessity of a physical connection. Of primary importance to the medical device designer trying to assemble a wireless link is an estimation of the data rate and data range of a low-power, low-data-rate radio. Fortunately, there are a few simple equations that can help provide a practical
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    monitoring. The ability to connect to a network and automate data transfer brings tremendous flexibility in the deployment model of the medical devices. Taking full advantage of the control functions available in the current data-transfer protocols, such as the RS-232 interface, the external networks can
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    only one-way communication at data rates of around 50 Kb/sec over a range of only a few inches, whereas MICS solutions that use a radio-frequency (RF) link can achieve up to 250 Kb/sec at a range of around 6 ft. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) allocated the 402 -405 MHz frequency band
  • Medical Device Link .
    . This article provides an overview of the protocols commonly used in medical radio applications. It also reviews the essential factors to consider when selecting a frequency band, topology, and transmission protocol. Medical radios are usually driven by two primary requirements. First, medical radios
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    with inclusion and exclusion criteria, and treated as specified by the protocol. Finally, planning is required for management and monitoring of the study, including requirements for recording adverse events, and management of the data generated during the study. These steps should be conducted in accordance