Medical devices range from simple tongue depressors and bedpans to complex programmable pacemakers with micro-chip technology and laser surgical devices. In addition, medical devices include in vitro diagnostic products, such as general purpose lab equipment, reagents, and test kits, which may include monoclonal antibody technology. Certain electronic radiation emitting products with medical application and claims meet the definition of medical device. Examples include diagnostic ultrasound products, x-ray machines and medical lasers.
Our interest primarily is focused on medical devices that require extremely low power wireless designs. Our expertise in designing extremely low power analog / RF circuits will add value to medical devices that require wireless capability while increasing the chances for FDA approval.