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Content posted in October 2006
China RoHS may threaten IP
Lead-Free Zone 
10/30/2006  Post a comment
Ageus offers compliance services
Lead-Free Zone 
10/23/2006  Post a comment
Solenoid Valve and Cylinder Deliver Kick
Blog 
10/23/2006  Post a comment
Training rifles that react like the real thing provide a more realistic experience
Parallel Processing, a Must for Today’s Engineers
Blog 
10/23/2006  Post a comment
Supercomputers are getting personal to meet users’ needs
Quality of Life 'Poor' at Engineering Schools
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10/23/2006  Post a comment
College student survey again finds fault with living conditions
Single Connector Serves Servo Motor
Blog 
10/23/2006  Post a comment
Design consolidates two cables into one connector
AEA to hold China RoHS conference
Lead-Free Zone 
10/18/2006  Post a comment
Byte-Size Approach Leads to the Right-Size Solution
Blog 
10/9/2006  Post a comment
Old methodologies for embedded applications no longer apply
Good Timing for the CAN Bus
Blog 
10/9/2006  Post a comment
How to endow CAN with even more deterministic and dependable characteristics
Low-Power, portable altimeter
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10/9/2006  Post a comment
A highly integrated MCU reduces parts’ count and increases battery life
Try Meeting on the Web
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10/9/2006  Post a comment
Why travel when you can attend a web conference?




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