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GEMS Components and Setup

The GEMS software suite can be set up for many different configurations and networking options. A GEMS installation can range from a single PC or be installed in a multi-workstation, networked environment.

Below are illustrated examples of typical GEMS setups and common configurations.

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Single Workstation Setup

Multi-Workstation Setup Access

Multi-Workstation Setup SQL

Listed below are the typical components of a GEMS installation and setup.






Software (CD)

GEMS software can be installed on either single or multiple networked workstations. GEMS is also available in several different versions to meet your specific monitoring needs.

GEMS - Database

MS Access or MS SQL

The GEMS Database is where all your GEMS patient and physician data is stored. GEMS can either use MS Access or MS SQL formats for its database structure. The Database structure is created through the GEMS program. Databases can be stored locally or on a network, depended on the version purchased.

GEMS - ECG Warehouse

File Storage Location

The GEMS ECG Warehouse is the set location of where your GEMS ECG files are stored and viewed from. On a networked GEMS environment, the ECGS are usually stored on a server with the GEMS Database.

ECG Server Service

Installed Service
(multi-workstation setups only)

The ECG Server Service runs as a Service on the workstation or Server that stores the GEMS ECG Warehouse. This service broadcasts the ECG warehouse location to all GEMS PCs throughout your GEMS network. This allows for centralized storage of all ECGs.

Hardware License Dongle

Hardware (USB or Parallel Port)

GEMS licensing is controlled by the use of Hardware License Dongles that attaches to each GEMS workstation and are required in order for GEMS to operate. GEMS license dongles are available in either FULL or EDIT versions.

* EDIT versions cannot receive/record ECG transmissions.

Telephone Logger Patch (TLP)


The TLP attaches to your telephone and allows for the receiving of trans-telephonic ECG signals into your GEMS workstation. TLPs are only required on the GEMS workstations that will be receiving/recoding trans-telephonic ECGs.

Dialogic board

Hardware (PCI Card)

The Dialogic board is a 4 line, telephone PCI card that allows your GEMS workstation to monitor and receive incoming Analog phone calls in conjunction with our AutoAttendant product.

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