Tuesday, September 14, 201011:00am -12:30pm EDT (17:00n-18:30h Central European Time/GMT +1)
As portability becomes a growing trend in medical products, manufacturers are seeking technologies that reduce the design complexity and time in developing the finished product. In most of these medical equipments, the actual physiological signals are analog and require signal conditioning techniques, such as amplification and filtering, before they can be measured, monitored, or displayed. The MSP430 microcontroller MCU offers a platform of ultra-low-power processors with the high integration of the complete signal chain that is required for applications such as personal blood pressure monitors, spirometers, pulsoximeters, and heart rate monitors.
This webinar will focus on TI’s MSP430’s diverse portfolio of 16-bit ultra-low-power microcontrollers that enable a wide variety of portable medical applications.
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For more information about MSP430 & Medical Devices, see http://ti.com/430medical
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