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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in January 2001
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Test, Measurement, and Control
Power supplies: lower volts, more intelligence
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Lower voltage devices allow shrinking packages
Electrical/Electronics
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Electrical/Electronics
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Fastening, Joining and Assembly Products
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Engineers bring dinosaurs back from extinction
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Giant, prehistoric creatures wreak havoc at Universal Studios
Test, Measurement, and Control
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The heat is always on
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Keep things cool with solutions from handy heat sinks to liquid cooling
Magnetics exert a growing power
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Magnetic materials stand to transform the design possiblities for electric motors.
Hot Products
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Innovative sensor products
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The latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace




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