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Parts by Number for RF Electrode Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
PER INVASIX DWG ASAP Semiconductor SURON Not Provided 10 Pin RF Electrode
105159 Newark / element14 AMERICAN BEAUTY TOOLS Not Provided AMERICAN BEAUTY TOOLS - 105159 - ELECTRODE; CARBON BLOCK; RG401 RF CABLE

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  • How to Specify RF & Microwave Filters (.pdf)
    In a classic case of what you don't know can hurt you, design engineers with advanced knowledge of digital electronics are discovering an urgent need to brush up on RF basics when it comes to specifying filters for. wireless devices. Failure to take into account the fundamental aspects of filter
  • How Digital Laser Material Processing Works: Understanding the Fundamentals of DC Glass and RF Metal Lasers
    There are major differences between DC glass and RF metal lasers that impact the speed and quality of laser processing, operator safety, laser service life and requirements for additional support equipment. Low_cost_lasers How Digital Laser Material Processing Works: Understanding
  • Medical Device Link . The Next Wave in Minimally Invasive Surgery Research is heating up in the area of RF, microwave, and high-frequency ultrasound for use in therapeutic devices.
    are applied through electrodes that must contact the target tissue directly. The underlying principles are pretty straightforward, according to Kevin Larkin, vice president of operations and marketing at Fidus Medical Technology (Fremont, CA). In RF ablation, for example, "You take a. The Next Wave
  • Investigation of a Capacitively Coupled RF Exited APGD in He-Water Mixtures by MBMS (.pdf)
    .  sampling in the sheath !. Experiment setup: zoom in. RF generator. (13.56 MHz). Bare metal. Matching. electrodes. network. CCD Image: 500 μm. Mass spectrometer inlet plate.  diffuse RF APGD 13.56MHz.  bare metal electrodes (Φ = 20.5 mm).  gap distance = 500 μm.  gas temperature 350 K. Liu et al
  • Medical Device Link .
    . If the technique did not ablate deep enough, the condition would not be effectively treated. But if the system penetrated too deeply, it risked a more serious injury called esophageal stricture. Stellartech turned to All Flex Inc. (Northfield, MN; www.allflexinc.com) to help develop the RF electrodes
  • Medical Device Link .
    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry An extensive variety of polymers can be processed with RF to form seals that are as strong or stronger than the material itself. For years, the medical industry has used radio-frequency (RF) sealing to manufacture bags for IV fluids and for blood and urine
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    barrel configuration. The standard vacuum system has a cylindrical RF electrode and a barrel to tumble components through the plasma species (Figure 1). The equipment design and electrode geometry is changed depending on the coating requirements and part form. The design of RF plasma polymerisation
  • Electromagnetic Simulation Aids Development of Unique EEG Cap
    ). This integrated technique offers the potential to improve. investigations of brain activity. But the RF generated by MRI induces. currents in the EEG electrodes. Concerns have arisen that this current could. generate temperature increases in sensitive brain tissues. The researchers. recognized