Kelvin Le Systems Engineer at Texas Instruments Kelvin Le is a systems engineer at Texas Instruments, where he is responsible for developing system design resources for the medical sector. He has been with TI since 2015. Kelvin earned his Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Central Oklahoma and his Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

Digi-Key Presents: Design Challenges in Wearable Patient Monitors and Ultrasound Smart Probes

In this webinar brought to you by Digi-Key, Texas Instruments covers how the electrocardiogram (ECG), photoplethysmograph (PPG) and temperature wearable monitoring systems have become increasingly beneficial in monitoring patients. There have been significant technological advancements in medical imaging as well. Hand-held ultrasound smart probes are pushing engineers to come up with highly-efficient, noise immune designs in a small size. Achieving a compact size and low power consumption, while retaining high performance, are the most important criteria for these medical applications

During this webinar you will discover:

  • How to use dedicated AFEs and temperature sensors for patient monitors
  • How to design efficient and low-profile transformer-less high-voltage power supplies for ultrasound smart probes with robust EMI/EMC performance
  • Technical resources addressing the challenges of selecting power architecture and topologies, saving battery life and more

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