• Has anyone got a diagram for LED's for DLP NIRscan stsnd-off head

    Hi I have made the 3D printed optical stand off head for the DLP NIRscan, now I want to add the LED's. I am assuming they would be wired into the small connector on the top board. Does anyone know the spec for the LED...
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  • Glucometer demo using TWR-K53N512 Tower Kit for Freescale Kinetis K50 [video]

    The Kinetis K50 includes operational and transimpedance amplifiers that can be used to conditiong a signal and create the glucometer reference design. This Demo is based on the tower kit for Freescale Kinetis K50 fa...
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  • The Swiss Army Knife for the Blind based on Freescale Kinetis MCUs [video]

    The Make It Challenge featuring Kinetis MCUs is Freescale's latest design contest. This design utilizes Freescale's Kinetis K60 Tower System, MQX software, the i.MX53 Quick Start board, along with IAR Systems' Embedde...
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  • Block Diagrams- Texas Instruments- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

    Industry Manufacturer Application Block Diagram Title URL Medical Texas Instruments Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses radio-frequency waves and a strong magnetic field rather than ...
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  • Block Diagrams- Texas Instruments- Ultrasound System Design Resources and Block Diagram

    Industry Manufacturer Application Block Diagram Title URL Medical Texas Instruments Ultrasound System Ultrasound System Design Resources and Block Diagram. view
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  • mandible angle

    Hello, I am planning to design a cutting guide for mandible reconstruction and have read many research papers but couldn't find out how to decide the mandible angles. If there is any how I can get help will benefit m...
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  • Bacteria Poised to Replace Automated Machines

    A batch of beer that brews itself? Water that adjusts its own pH? A completely organic carbon monoxide detector? With bacterial DNA circuitry, such things are now possible.  Bacteria can be programmed to respond ...
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  • Electrocardiogram with two electrodes

    Good day, I'm trying to build an electrocardiogram work with only two electrodes, but I have no reference circuit, someone could help me find a circuit that I can serve as a base. Thank you very much Regards
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  • Medical Solutions - App Notes, Block Diagrams, and other technical docs

    Because application notes, block diagrams, and other technical documents often apply to more than one industry and technology, we have created a section within this Community called "Solutions" where all Premier Farne...
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  • Fujitsu announces health-monitoring software that can detect pulse-rate measurements on any camera-equipped device

    Fujitsu, one of Japan’s well-known information and communications technology leaders, has just announced the development of a smartphone and tablet app that will help people monitor their health over time withou...
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  • CR1632 (3v) vs. Two AA's

    Hey,   Kind of a newbie at this, so forgive me if this is a stupid question, but if I've got a small lifeline alert pendant transmitter that normally runs on a CR1632, can I replace it with two AA's?  Are t...
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  • ECG signal amplication

    Good morning. I just received my Raspberry Pi. I am a very very beginner, with some knowledge in programming, trying to learn JAVA but a dummy in electronics. Could someone tell me how to amplify an ECG signal so th...
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  • medical sensor

    hello,   im working on fetal movement sensor. what kind of sensor is the most suitable to use for better accuracy? any idea and suggestion? please share with me. thank you
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  • [vidéo]: Freescale Sensors and Intelligent Algorithms for Medical Equipment

    Monitoring blood pressure has evolved from expensive, large equipment used only by professionals to something that we can all easily use. Huge advancements thanks to MEMS sensors and microcontrollers now allow for pre...
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  • Freescale Sensors and Intelligent Algorithms for Medical Equipment

    Open video

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  • Electrodes for eeg acquisition

    Hi I am developing a low cost eeg acquisition project and  i am unable to decide whether to chose surface reusable electrodes or disposable ones. There is large gap in cost of these two. Which one of them you ...
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  • TedCas & Leap Motion

    TedCas and Leap Motion show the technology which allows getting access to digital information touch less, in an intuitive way that does not imply to leave the sterilize zone and also prevent contact infections. Th...
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  • TedCas

    Open video

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  • UK Conference to Address Software Reliability

    UK Conference to discuss coding standards and development tools for the development of software for safety critical and highly reliable systems.   The UK's first "Reliable Software Developers’ Conference" ...
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  • Need Help on Measuring patients Height using Arduino

    I am planning to work on a project for low-resource setting that helps the rural medical practitioners to measure a patients height and temperature and I bet arduino is the right tool to use but I don't know where to ...
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