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Content posted in October 2006
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Connectors at Work
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Special connector/cable designs withstand the daily rigors of a factory environment
Toolmakers Focus on Ease-of-Use
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Design tools simplify data sharing
'Weight' A Minute
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Record Killer Data
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Communications are Reaching into Homes, Cars
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Transceivers trim price, size
Industrial Sensors
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Rugged operator-friendly designs proliferate
Linear Regulators Keep Shrinking
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More features, less space
Motors Make it Move
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Requirements for more motion and higher performance drive new designs
Colorful Vision Sensors
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Detecting colors adds to the versatility and value of vision sensors
Cost-Driven Needs a Priority
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Innovative designs meet tough automotive requirements
Passives Move in Many Directions
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Size, power, heat specifications all improve
Making a Tight Connection
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More than portable products require small connectors
I/O Expands into Motion
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Devices add capabilities for controlling stepper, servo and dc motors
Bonding Yields Better Parts
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Materials improve reliability, help cool chips
Technology Inside: Understanding the Process
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The enclosure usually conveys the design intent of the end product
Software Provides Speedy Development Tools
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RTOS vendors focus on time-to-market
Distributors Enhance Support Options
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Design services extend to engineering community
IC Makers Roll Out New Power Management Device
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Packs more functionality into chips
Cool It
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New cooling techniques offer unique solutions to remove heat
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