Times Microwave to Host Webinar on Importance of RF in Healthcare Systems

Times Microwave Systems, a subsidiary of the Amphenol Corporation and a leading developer and provider of coaxial cables & connectors, will be hosting a webinar on RF technologies and their impact on the future of healthcare. The webinar, “RF and the Future of Health Care,” will be hosted by Times Microwave Systems’ Business Development Manager, Carrie Obedzinski, and will provide the users an opportunity to learn more about where RF/Microwave technology stands in the modern medical/healthcare industry.

RF/Microwave technology is not just about wireless communications or military radars - it is an increasingly important part of many medical electronics systems, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems for cancer detection.

Through Times Microwave's webinar, users will be able to find out more about how high-performance RF/Microwave components, including precision cable assemblies, contribute to a variety of custom medical solutions, including in diagnostic imaging systems, electrosurgical devices, for patient and equipment monitoring, and for connectivity in medical facilities.

The instructive webinar will explore current and future medical/health-care applications for RF/microwave technology, applications expected to impact possibly billions of patients over the next five years, and how components such as hermetic connectors and non-magnetic cables can play key roles in bringing improved health and possibly even saving lives for many of those patients.

Times Microwave Systems is an Amphenol company, part of one of the broadest interconnect technology portfolios in the world. With facilities in Shanghai, China, Europe, The United Kingdom, and multiple locations in the United States, Times Microwave offers complete lines of connectors, cables, and cable assemblies from RF through 50 GHz and beyond, along with full engineering services for the most efficient and effective integration of those interconnectors.

Choice of Dates and Times:
  • Thursday, July 9, 2020 at 9:00 A.M. ET
  • Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 2:30 P.M ET

Click here to register for the webinar.