Content posted in January 2007
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USB Batteries Lead the Charge
1/31/2007  Post a comment
UK company’s USB batteries are a new take on an old problem
High-Performance DSP Carves a Niche
1/29/2007  Post a comment
Number-crunching features help leading-edge telecom applications
Mechanical Isolators Stop the Shakes
1/25/2007  Post a comment
Little-known mechanical alternative to air tables and active vibration isolators tackles low-frequency vibrations
Mechatronics: The Soul of Systems Design
1/24/2007  Post a comment
A new reader survey from leading engineering magazines reveals mechatronics as a driving force
PS3: Fast and Cool
1/11/2007  Post a comment
Sony’s PlayStation 3 game console combines the speed of a low-end supercomputer with the cooling techniques of a network server
Get Ready for the Autonomous Vehicle
1/8/2007  Post a comment
If DARPA’s race across the desert is an indicator, robotic vehicles may arrive sooner than expected.
Advanced Controls Working At the Car Wash
1/8/2007  Post a comment
With its PLCs, variable speed drives, optical sensors and Ethernet connections, the Tunnel Commander isn’t your grandfather’s car wash
Packing on Productivity
1/8/2007  Post a comment
Interdisciplinary collaboration will be key to better performance and lower cost
Medical World Poised for Internet Era
1/8/2007  Post a comment
The Internet-enabled heart ushers in a new method of cardiac care.
If You Can't Beat IT, Join IT
1/8/2007  Post a comment
Industrial Ethernet and the growing hunger for factory floor data in the front office will continue to bring engineering and information technology functions together
Nano Materials: Why Size Will Matter
1/8/2007  Post a comment
Nano materials will change the way engineers design mechanical parts, but progress will be slow
Engineering's Superstars Chart the Future
1/8/2007  Post a comment
Design News turned to several of its past Engineers of the Year for their vision of tomorrow's technology — and the tough challenges facing the profession
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