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Dexcom share.

Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by mmgirls, Mar 13, 2014.

  1. KHS22

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    This is a very good point I hadn't thought off!!!
     
  2. Don

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    Late in 2015 was mentioned in a Dexcom investor report...but who knows.
     
  3. Jillian06

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    Any idea how this will integrate with the Animas Vibe?
     
  4. mmgirls

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    Well, from my understanding Dexcom transmitter just puts out a signal and any available reciever looking for the signal will get it. Just like right now I have two receivers going and picking up my dd. So the transmitter would be picked up by the integrated pump and a receiver docked on the Share.
     
  5. moco89

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    That's right. A transmitter is not "smart". It just transmits a signal. A receiver is only capable of receiving a signal from a transmitter (or interference, technically).
     
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    Thanks so much! iPod touch to iPod touch is an option. That's all I needed to know! We can manage at home with this until an Android option becomes available or at least until our family's phone contracts are up!

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