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Unified Microchip for Processing Multiple Body Signals

A collaboration between IMEC of Belgium and Holst Centre in The Netherlands, two research institutions with focus on nanoelectronics and related fields, unveiled a new integrated system-on-a-chip that can accept and process data coming from a variety of body monitoring devices. For example, it can natively accept a three channel analog ECG signal, convert it into […] This post Unified Microchip for Processing Multiple Body Signals appeared first on Medgadget.
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