This application note discusses why accurate battery drain measurements are critical to achieving the long battery life customers expect. It also demonstrates how engineers can get convenient, fast, and accurate results that properly characterize battery drain on IoT devices.
October 14, 2021 by Keysight Technologies
This application brochure provides a detailed look at the design challenges that accompany smartwatches, sports watches, wristbands, and medical wrist-worn devices. This resource also discusses how to address and solve issues like data security, sensor accuracy, connectivity, and device protection.
August 27, 2021 by Infineon Technologies
5G capabilities cover many different applications, standards, and capabilities. Enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), massive machine type communications (mMTC), and ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC) all contribute to the extended coverage and never-before-seen reliability with unparalleled accessibility.
March 23, 2021 by Rohde & Schwarz
More and more devices are battery powered or need to have low power consumption for other reasons. In order to minimize your electronic device’s power consumption, you need to know the exact current profile. The R&S®NGM200 power supply series provides this information.
March 17, 2021 by Rohde & Schwarz
While a factory floor and a medical operating theater share little in common, the equipment used in both areas must deliver trusted and precise operation, which is often mission critical. With the need for smarter systems, more data, and higher fidelity, bandwidth requirements are increasing.
March 01, 2021 by Analog Devices
Wearable electronic devices have entered the mainstream, and yet there is still great potential for further expansion in both the consumer and medical markets. Growth in wearable devices can be attributed to advancements in wireless networks, antenna technology, and the miniaturization of rugged and reliable components.
February 28, 2021 by Yokowo
Medical wearables circuits present unique challenges for designers, including specifications of precision performance, small size, and efficient power dissipation. In this whitepaper, learn about how sensor front ends can allow engineers to create cleaner, simpler, more reliable designs for biomedical wearable applications.
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