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Content posted in January 2011
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The bill pad
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1/31/2011  Post a comment
EU targets motors for regulation
Lead-Free Zone 
1/31/2011  Post a comment
Offensive Driving
Blog 
1/28/2011  Post a comment
LVDT Wrap Up
Blog 
1/28/2011  Post a comment
When you want to use an LVDT to measure distance but just don't have space, consider using a half-bridge LVDT.
Is this the computer quantum?
Gadget Freak 
1/28/2011  Post a comment
Can you fold RNA?
Gadget Freak 
1/28/2011  Post a comment
Spectrum Boosts Micro Molding Capabilities
Engineering Materials 
1/26/2011  Post a comment
From the Real World to the Digital World
Mechatronics Zone 
1/26/2011  Post a comment
Digitization (sampling and quantization) is universal and essential in engineering.
Kit Harvests RF Energy
Blog 
1/26/2011  Post a comment
Engineers who must implement low-power devices that cannot run on local power need this kit from Powercast Corp.
The Wild World Of MPG-e Ratings
Automotive News 
1/25/2011  Post a comment
Monkeys Destroyed My 2003 VW Passat
Made by Monkeys 
1/25/2011  3 comments
The Monkeys Got to My Mouse
Made by Monkeys 
1/21/2011  Post a comment
Programming Languages and Line-by-Line Instructions
Blog 
1/19/2011  Post a comment
Since the initial posting of the question, "Why are programming languages still built on line-by-line instructions?" on the System & Product Design Engineering LinkedIn group, more than 120 engineers have taken the time to comment.
Turning the Tide on an Image Problem
Blog 
1/19/2011  3 comments
Polls show people believe engineers care more about technology than improving lives.
LVDT Ratios and Mounts
Blog 
1/19/2011  Post a comment
Engineers might think that the nature of an LVDT means they can move a core outside the LVDT during measurements, but they cannot. The core must remain within the sensor.
You Can't Just Say It's Reliable
Mechatronics Zone 
1/19/2011  Post a comment
Why understanding the physics of failure and having a systems approach are essential to modern engineering.
New Year, New Look
Blog 
1/19/2011  Post a comment
Welcome to the first ssue of the redesigned Design News.
Early April Fools joke?
Gadget Freak 
1/18/2011  Post a comment
Mechatronics Zone
Blog 
1/14/2011  Post a comment
Homemade pipe organ
Gadget Freak 
1/14/2011  Post a comment
RoHS Recast Webinar
Lead-Free Zone 
1/13/2011  Post a comment
Army Explores Wearable Radio Antennas
Engineering Materials 
1/13/2011  Post a comment
Monkeys Got to My Cardio Machine
Made by Monkeys 
1/12/2011  1 comment
Star Trek door for your house
Gadget Freak 
1/10/2011  1 comment
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