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Self-powered medical device










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6516073.

A self-powered medical device, which is operated independently of the public utility network, has at least one voltage source, a signal input for accepting an analog input signal and a signal processing unit. The sampling rate for the input signal or the clock frequency of at least one digital component can be varied. Therefore, the energy demand can be reduced according to the requirements of the signal processing or when the discharge state of the voltage source requires a reduction.








 
 
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