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Exploring Concerns for Designing and Testing Medical Devices

Jan. 3, 2020
With wireless applications increasing from businesses to hospitals to industrial plants, there becomes an increased need to assure wireless coexistence. This is highly important in medical designs due to their critical health-related usage.
This FAQ examines the role of vector network analyzers in the medical industry and covers why wireless coexistence is a concern, how to address it, and the potential consequences of not doing so. The FAQ also explains how to account for cybersecurity, detect impedance change using time domain, and offers insight for integrating a VNA into testing your wireless medical device.        

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