Connected Health

Successful Medical IoT Requires Cellular Connections

May 9, 2017 - The healthcare industry is rapidly adopting medical Internet of Things (IoT) devices to connect, but often runs into challenges when it comes to device design conflicting with the radio frequency (RF) signals. “The biggest challenge for IoT in healthcare from an antenna and RF perspective is device shape,” Taoglas Co-Founder and Co-CEO Dermot O’Shea told HITInfrastructure.com....

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