RF technology, including microwaves, isn’t just about wireless communications or military radar these days. Times Microwave Systems experts point out that it is increasingly important when it comes to medtech.
Many medical electronics systems such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems for cancer detection rely on RF/microwave technology. Times Microwave Systems (Wallingford, Conn.) is hosting two upcoming webinars — July 9, at 9 a.m. Eastern time, and July 15, at 2:30 p.m. Eastern time — to explore current and future medical device applications of RF/microwave technology.
Discover how high-performance RF/microwave components, including precision cable assemblies, contribute to a variety of custom medical applications. RF/microwave technology enables diagnostic imaging systems, electrosurgical devices, patient and equipment monitoring, and overall medical facility connectivity.
Components such as hermetic connectors and non-magnetic cables, in fact, can play key roles in bringing improved health and possibly even saving lives for many of those patients, according to Times Microwave Systems.
An Amphenol company, Times Microwave Systems has facilities in Shanghai, China; Europe; the United Kingdom; and multiple U.S. locations. It offers lines of connectors, cables, and cable assemblies from RF through 50 GHz and beyond —along with full engineering services to provide efficient and effective integration of interconnectors.