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Content posted in November 2002
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Hot stuff for cooling down
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Enclosure advances leverage gasket molding, air conditioning, and flow control for efficient internal cooling
Titanium golf clubs adapt to rule changes
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TaylorMades latest drivers feature machined faceplates that are flexible in more ways than one.
Fluid Power
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'Smallest' servo actuator positions precisely
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Hollow-shaft micro motor combines with LIGA produced gears for zero backlash, high accuracy
Save your energy
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Microcontrollers and DSPs control new motor types to make appliances more energy efficient
Computers
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Electrical/Electronics
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Power Transmission
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Computers
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Materials
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Security at your fingertips
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Inexpensive silicon sensors are making fingerprints a big part of automated security systems
Rugged rotary encoders withstand hard start-stop conditions
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Integrated circuit board improves device reliability
Digital radio comes down to earth
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Falling DSP costs are helping to launch two terrestrial alternatives to satellite radio next year
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