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FDA Guidelines On Incorporating Wireless Tech Into Medical Devices

By Bob Cole / November 25, 2013

In response to the rapid growth in the availability of medical devices that incorporate radio frequency wireless technology, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released final guidelines for industry and FDA staff on incorporating and integrating RF wireless technology into medical devices. The FDA said in a Federal Register notice released Aug. 13 that…

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Regulatory compliance - ca

FCC Notice About Wi-Fi Channels 12 & 13 (2467 & 2472 MHz) – TCB Council

By Bob Cole / November 22, 2013

On the July 16th conference calls with the TCBs the FCC Lab staff discussed the following software configuration issue: b> Wi-Fi client devices operating on Channels 12 and 13 If a device is capable of transmitting on these channels, it must meet all of the emission requirements for that band, as specified in § 15.247,…

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RFID in Rail Asset Management

By Bob Cole / November 20, 2013

Radio Frequency Identification – is a revolution in logistics. RFID systems consist of a reader, antenna and a minuscule tag through which objects, animals and/or persons can be identified and followed real-time using radio signals. By using RFID, read data from multiple tags can be processed from a distance, simultaneously, automatically and fast. It’s possible…

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Korean radio certification - ca

Researchers Created Technology Used To See Through Walls Called “Wi-Vi”

By Bob Cole / November 19, 2013

A technology that lets you see behind walls could soon be built in to your cell phone. MIT professor Dina Katabi and graduate student Fadel Adib have announced Wi­-Vi, a demonstration of a technology that uses Wi­Fi to allow a viewer to “see” a person moving behind a wall. (Wi­-Vi stands for “Wi­Fi” and “vision.”).…

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