Plus, Singapore leverages 5G to operate unmanned aerial vehicles, ZTE reportedly plans a US phone launch in 2021, the U.S. struggles with decisions regarding Chinese telecoms, and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G.
MRI machines use a strong magnetic field and computer-generated radio waves to produce cross-sectional images. Thus, the quality of the MRI depends on the uniformity of the magnetic field and the radio components inside it.
Research at the Department of Medical Biophysics at the Sunnybrook Research Institute (SRI) aims to develop and demonstrate the application of new technologies for brain imaging. A recent project focused on developing ways to try and safely image patients with deep brain stimulation (DBS).
Integra Technologies makes their GaN-on-SiC HEMT evaluation kits available for loan to their customers. This application note discusses how to properly handle and adjust these kits for optimal use in each application.
The key to addressing rising medical cost and paitent care is implementing non-invasive techniques that minimize hospitalizations and tissue damage while getting the patient on their feet as quickly as possible. Ablation has been very effective at meeting this challenge.
By Daniel Schulze,Micro Systems Technologies
New approaches are needed to meet demand for smaller, thinner electronic devices. Rigid and flexible ultra-thin base materials for PCBs can fill this need, but it’s important to collaborate with a manufacturer that has advanced engineering services to ensure a compact, cost-effective, reliable design.
This brochure provides information on how HUBER+SUHNER’s line of cables and connectors can be used for integration into minimally invasive medical solutions, diagnostics, wireless patient monitoring, and radiation therapies.
AR Modular RF has designed a series of wideband, class A/AB linear amplifier platform for use with modern digital modulations. This AR-5000 amplifier has a flexible system architecture which allows for rapid prototyping and quick-turn modifications as customer needs arise.
AR offers the Model 100U1000 self-contained, air-cooled, broadband, solid state amplifier ideal for applications where instantaneous bandwidth and high gain and linearity are required. When used with an RF sweep generator, this amplifier will nominally provide over 100 watts of power. The device is also protected from RF input overdrive by an RF input leveling circuit, which controls the RF input level to the RF amplifier first stage when the RF input level is increased above 0 dBm.
CPI Microwave Power Products (MPP) offers the VKS-8262 series of klystrons for use in particle accelerators for scientific, medical, and industrial applications. These klystrons provide up to 7.5 MW peak at 2.856 or 2.9985 GHz at various RF pulse lengths and duty. Versions are available with up to 36 kW of average output power at 2.856 GHz and 72 kW at 2.9985 GHz.
By applying high-voltage resistive ink banding using a patented banding process, these medical connectors are able to withstand the 5,000 VDC hi-pot breakdown required for defibrillation monitoring and medical diagnostic equipment.
The Fischer Freedom Series Fischer LP360 Connectors are designed for use in medical applications. Features include no key code, 360° mating freedom, bob-magnetic quick-release locking, cleanable plug and receptacle, MOLLE compatibility, and an IP68 seal to 20m/24h.