Medical Implant Communication System, often known as MICS, is a short-range communication technology used to send data to medical devices that have been implanted in the body. It has a range of up to 2 metres and works between 402 and 405 MHz.
A MICS network is made up of implanted (IMD) or external (wearable or body-worn) devices, as well as a programmer/controller (P/C).
The P/C is used to reprogramme and deliver instructions to the implanted devices, which carry out sensing and therapeutic tasks.
By using the current communication methods, the P/C unit can communicate data gathered from the implanted devices to a doctor’s monitoring equipment (Ex. the Internet). The P/C may speak with other communication systems as well.
The Global Medical Implant Communication System (MICS) band radio modules market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The MICS Band Radio Module is released by Murata. An ultra-compact module for the MICS (Medical Implant Communication Service) Band has been released by Murata.
Low power implanted medical devices are linked with monitoring and control devices using MICS, which operates in the 402 to 405 MHz frequency band.
One of the most compact and well-integrated solutions now on the market is the LBAA0PC1RMH298. Typical applications include insulin, drug, and baclofen pumps, as well as arrhythmia and bladder monitors.
These devices are designed for use in devices with data-intensive wireless capabilities that are used to diagnose, monitor, report, and issue alerts in support of human life.
Murata compactly combined a number of electronic parts and integrated circuits (ICs) into a single miniaturised package using its own technique.
The Medical Implant Communication Service (MICS) RF band is where the ZL70123 radio frequency (RF) base station module for implantable devices from Microsemi operates.
It offers a whole solution for usage in next-generation medical networks when coupled with the business’ ZL70323 implant module (Med-Net). The company’s ultralow power (ULP), MICS-band, radio transceiver chip is the foundation for both modules.
Operating in the MICS band from 402 MHz to 405 MHz is the Med-Net radio. A 2.45-GHz wake-up option in the industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) band is one of the approved ULP wake-up alternatives.
Antenna Now accessible in the Medical Implant Communication Service (MICS) frequency spectrum is Factor’s well-known Splatch embeddable antenna. The antenna is highly suited for MICS as well as a wide range of general RF applications because it is centred at 403MHz and built to cover from 402-405MHz. The “Splatch” delivers exceptional performance in a small surface mount package by using a unique grounded-line method.
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