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Content posted in December 2006
Processor Family Aims to ‘Future-Proof’ Autos
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12/12/2006  Post a comment
Incorporates peripherals for plug-in of external handheld devices in autos.
Documentation Tools Copy CAD Techniques
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12/11/2006  Post a comment
PTC’s software tracks changes, updates multiple elements
Making Sense of Intellectual Property
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12/11/2006  Post a comment
More companies now patent technology not for production, but to market the IP
Improving Efficiency in Fractional HP Motors
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12/11/2006  Post a comment
Axial motor structure, dual conical magnet rotor drive efficiency
LVDS Technology Could Replace Fiber Optics in Automotive Multimedia
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12/11/2006  Post a comment
Might help automakers deal with cost and headaches associated with cables wiring harness headaches.
Plastic Regulator Simplifies Car Door Assembly
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12/6/2006  Post a comment
Rear door modules on the 2007 Dodge Nitro feature a plastic window regulator that does away with steel rails and other hardware.




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