How to design an analogue front end for in-vitro diagnostic applications
On the 1st September Electronic Specifier will host its Webinar Summit, a one-day event packed with discussions around the latest industry trends in electronics, and the products and technologies that are shaping sectors from automotive to wireless.
As part of the packed agenda Andrew Wallace, Medical System Engineer at Texas Instruments, will discuss In-vitro diagnostics (IVD) equipment, which has become increasingly beneficial in helping physicians achieve faster, more accurate patient diagnoses.
Wallace will delve deeper into design challenges in electrochemical sensing, impedance spectroscopy, precision optical and high-speed optical signal chains for IVD machines, including blood gas analysers, PCR, immunoassay and flow cytometry.
He will also ask how precision thermoelectric cooling and motor automation for sample and reagent movement are enabling the next generation of IVD equipment.
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