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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in October 2000
Test, Measurement, and Control
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Move test data up front in design
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Hot new auto technologies for 2001
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Design News technical editors highlight some of the top innovations in automotive engines, drivetrains, electronics, steering and suspension, and safety--all new for next year
Cars go digital
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As the automobile moves beyond its role as a mode of transportation and becomes a site for work and entertainment, engineers must use new bus architectures
Rotating sensor captures torque data
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Piezoelectric quartz shear transducers mount directly on the wheel
Safety options expand
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Sensors help protect you from collisions and rollover injuries




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