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Content posted in April 1996
New arenas for defense electronics
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Electronics will help soldiers train for combat and provide protection against friendly fire on the battlefield
S-N Fatigue
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Reviews on tools of the trade
Pneumatics keep clean rooms clean
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Cleaner cylinders, combined with improved positioning, transform pneumatic cylinders into a viable clean room alternative to electric motors
Challenges: Opportunities in disguise
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Exclusive interviews with technology leaders
Barrel-rolling to the bottom of the sea
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When it comes to underwater hydrobatics, nothing flies lower than Deep Flight
Optical Sensors go where others can't tread
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Tiny probes do not mind EMI/RFI, explosive atmospheres, or power fluctuations
Enclosures add 'life' to products
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Enclosure designs get people talking and plants growing
Varimetrix 4.1
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Appliance components do double duty
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Problem-solving technology transfers into surprising new applications




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