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Content posted in October 2005
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How it Actually Works
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Motion Control
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Solid State Relays Increase System Reliability
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Success depends upon understanding the key parameters
The Potential of MEMS
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The most exciting applications for micro-electromechanical systems still lie ahead, predicts an industry leader in MEMS research
Electronics
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Ask The Search Engineer
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The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Re-wiring the Body
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To move his prosthetic arm, Jesse Sullivan merely thinks. Nature's own wiring and a digital limb do the rest.
Choosing Between CCD and CMOS Image Sensors
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You need to ask the right questions
Plastics Look, Feel, And Act Their Best
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For molded parts, aesthetics involves a lot more than pretty colors
16-bit Controllers
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Texas Instruments and Microchip Technologies are betting that the 16-bit market will still have broad appeal
Time to Take the Leap?
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Obstacles abound, but the U.S. still offers plenty of opportunities for engineer-entrepreneurs
Fluid Power
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New and Notable Product Design
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In the past, the cathode-ray tube (CRT) was the dominant technology for displaying televison and information. Today, several other approaches provide new acronyms and choices. Here are five examples of the newest display technologies.
Application-Specific Sensors
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Special applications drive sensor advancements
When a COTS Might Not Do
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Sometimes you have to specialize, sometimes you don't
Megapixel Mania
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CMOS image sensors challenge CCD's performance for portable products
Unlocking the Potential of MEMS
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The most exciting applications for micro-electromechanical systems still lie ahead, predicts an industry leader in MEMS research
Mark Those Parts
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More companies are tracking critical components with 2D identification codes that can be viewed by automated readers throughout the supply chain
Industrial Sensors
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Critical measurements drive increased throughput and improved quality control
Caveat Emptor!
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Ink jet printer could simplify electronic circuit manufacturing
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Tabletop printer could be used in making of flexible displays and RFID tags Using a table-top-sized printer, product developers may now be able to build printed circuit boards for devices ranging from cell phone displays to RFID antennae to solar cells.
New Devices Address Power System's Needs
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Typical applications include smoothing voltage and power
The Incredible Shrinking Supply
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Vendors target efficiency in small spaces
New Ways to Skin the Cat
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Innovative sensing technologies provide new solutions
Combining FEA and CFD
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Linking finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamic shows interactions between fluids and structures
Powering Portable Devices
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These new batteries feature greater operating life
New and Notable Product Design
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Mention networks and most people immediately think of computers or cell phones. Here are five products with networks that may not be as familiar as the Internet or Bluetooth.
Rough and Tough
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New designs that perform in the worst environments
Smaller Yet Bigger
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The case size may be smaller but it packs in higher capacitance values and capabilities
Analog ICs that Complete the System
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The functionality also increases
Niche Players
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Nine connectors that meet special design criteria
Electronics
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Space-Skimping Designs
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New designs free up real estate
Surface Mount Devices
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Portables require smaller, surface mount assembly compatible inductors
New Integrated Solutions
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Components strive to meet the requirements of power supply designers
New Analog ICs are Digitals' Best Friend
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They're expanding the digital revolution
Cars That Cook
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A few years ago they were saying kitchens were the next garages. Our unscientific poll says maybe they were right.
Connectors Shrink in Size
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New devices squeeze into tighter spaces
Niche Devices
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Three New Sensors Designed for Very Specific Requirements
New Options For Engineers
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Creative designs for a critical circuit element proliferate
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