As the need for healthcare grows, technology continues to play a larger role in patient care, leading to unique challenges in the design and testing of the medical devices. Regulations around medical devices emphasize test method validation and automated test system validation, and it's crucial to document evidence that a test method is suitable for its intended purposes and can produce valid results.

The importance of battery life is one critical parameter to consider when designing portable battery powered medical devices. The convergence of wireless connectivity, high-speed digital processing, and real-time monitoring requires that you understand and accurately measure battery current drain. Interference of wireless communications and new technologies is another concern. New test methods for medical device coexistence test are on the horizon and need to be understood when developing new medical electronics. Interference and accurate measurements also impact installation and maintenance activities.

Join us for this on-going webcast series as we discuss these challenges and the Keysight solutions that provide the accuracy, reliability, and performance you need to design and test next-generation medical devices with greater confidence.
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Eliminate Hidden Costs in IoT Device Test

Watch It Now - Original Live Date: Tuesday, July 17, 2018

The Internet of Things (IoT) represents an extraordinary opportunity, but the business case for IoT device manufacturers requires robust production test to produce devices that will give many years of reliable service. In addition, you need to ensure that your IoT device manufacturing test solution is not costing you more than you realize.

This webcast will describe the various approaches for IoT device test including golden radio, paired devices, parametric testers, and the Keysight X8711A IoT device functional tester, to help you decide on the right approach for your situation.


Tips to Generate High Accuracy Waveforms to Test your Medical IoT Device

Watch It Now - Original Live Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018
As the need for healthcare grows, technology continues to play a larger role in patient care, leading to unique challenges in the design and testing of the medical devices. Medical electronics designers need to go beyond the basics of verifying functionality. Accurate arbitrary waveforms for both lab and production test are critical. Learn how an arbitrary waveform generator with Trueform technology can generate high fidelity waveforms simply and easily. Learn how to capture and import waveforms and play them back to verify your device’s functionality. Make the most out of dual channels for multi-sensor device testing. See how to create specific waveforms and measurements needed to get through the design process as quickly as possible.
Join us as we continue this webcast series and discuss these challenges and the Keysight solutions that provide the accuracy, reliability, and performance you need to design and test next-generation medical devices with greater confidence.

Six Reasons Your New Medical IoT Device Will Fail

Watch It Now - Original Live Date: Monday, October 23, 2017
You have carefully completed the design, build and test phases of your new wireless IoT device. Your testing in the lab shows that it meets applicable FCC radio standards; it can connect to the wireless router at your test bench, and connect to the site wireless access point in the office area. But what if your device gets into customer hands and fails to live up to expectations? What did you forget to test? Why does it work so well in the lab, and so badly out in the “real world”?
There could be several reasons, all having to do with the difference between your lab test conditions and the environment in which the device finds itself after sale.
Join us as we discuss solutions to these problems using comprehensive testing with mixed traffic types, variable traffic loads, multiple APs, simulated handoffs, expected interference and other situations that go beyond compliance testing. Keysight has the tools and solutions to help you ensure that when your new device leaves the nest, it is prepared for the actual conditions it will find in the world. This is especially true of medical environments, but with billions of IoT devices in the world, and growing at over 30% per year, it’s a jungle out there!

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