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Designing for Vital Sign Monitoring

Original Air Date: Nov 14, 2012 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
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Co-sponsored, in North America, by Arrow Electronics.

Overview:
This webcast will provide a detailed analysis of how to design for measuring ECG / Heart Rate for both patient monitoring and sports and fitness applications.. A primer will be given on the different topologies for cardiac monitoring followed by a deep dive on the architecture of the AD8232 and then a system level perspective of how it can be used in the various health and sports and fitness applications. A walk through on a new filter tool that will assist in the design of the AD8232 filters will also be provided.

Who should attend?
This presentation should appeal broadly to those who are exposed to customers looking to add vital signs monitoring to their end systems.

Presenter:
Roberto Munoz, Systems Applications Engineer, Analog Devices Inc.

Roberto Munoz is Systems Applications Engineer for Analog Devices Inc (ADI), currently focusing on Vital Signs Monitoring Applications.  He has over 12 years experience in the semiconductor industry, implementing and improving manufacturing solutions, characterising the performance of products prior to their release to market and currently addressing ADI technology and solutions in relation to the challenges and trends the Healthcare market faces.  Roberto holds a Bachelor in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, and a MBA from Uniactiva Business School.


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Hisense Posted Nov 14, 2012

A very useful webinar. Thanks!

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