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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in October 2007
Pilz Launching New PSENvip Safety System
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10/23/2007  Post a comment
New system from Pilz offers safety with measurement for press brake applications
WiPower Provides Wireless Transfer of Electrical Energy
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10/22/2007  Post a comment
Electromagnetic induction wirelessly powers and charges portable devices
BL ident: A New Level of RFID
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10/22/2007  Post a comment
TURCK introduces its new BL ident System to the industry
Memories Offer Non-Volatile Flash Alternatives
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10/22/2007  Post a comment
Products fit military, industrial, medical, automotive applications
White LED Applications Benefit from Highly Integrated IC Drivers
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10/22/2007  Post a comment
Combined with improved LEDs, these ICs enhance several products
Cisco TelePresence Launches New Era of Video Conferencing
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With the development of the TelePresence video conferencing system, Cisco has breathed life into the science fiction video phones of the Jetsons and Star Trek
UVA Researchers Have an Ear for Fine Motion Control
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Piezo actuators and nano-positioning devices help unlock the secrets of human hearing
Engineers Play Major Role in 2007 Solar Decathlon
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10/19/2007  Post a comment
Contestants showcase efficient houses built with solar technologies, recycled materials
High Speed Sensing
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Microcontrollers Tasked for Energy Efficiency
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Devices work to reduce power consumption
Power Management ICs Meet Growing Needs
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ICs help designers deal with higher power, new features
Automotive Connectors
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Handle nasty road trips
Lithium Technology Expands
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More energy for greater portable electronics usage
Powering Multi-Functions
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Managing energy for efficiency
Round Form-Factor Connectors
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Meeting specific standards is essential
Rugged Industrial Cables
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Surviving in hostile environments
Fiber Optic Interconnects
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New possibilities for connecting optical fibers in harsh environments
Bliley Technologies Releases NV45Q OCXO Oscillator
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10/2/2007  Post a comment
Bliley’s NV45Q OCXO oscillator is surface mountable and offers high-stability performance
New RFID Technologies Announced at RFID World Boston
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10/1/2007  Post a comment
Conference focuses on safe, secure RFID applications




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