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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in November 2008
Beyond the "Black Box"
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Enclosures should not be a design afterthought
Microsoft Upgrades Robotics Toolkit
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Improved performance, visual programming capability bring higher price tag
New Year's Eve Ball Grows Bigger and Brighter
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The Times Square ball will this year double in size, get three times brighter and become a year-round installation
Watching the Roadways
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Betting on Touch
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Albums on a Chip
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Internet Connectivity Hits The Road
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Autonet Mobile's in-car router brings Internet connectivity to everything from laptops to PDAs to iPhones
Instrumentation Moves from the Lab to the Factory Floor
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Analog circuitry eases the transition
Machine Control Moves to the Next Level
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Higher levels of integration, Ethernet options, compact designs and PACs enhance offerings
Distributed Intelligence
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Drives are delivering on the promise of distributed control
Power Management Relies on Packaging
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Improvements seal the deal for performance
Pushing the Limits for Performance Improvements
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Tough times demand tough components and flexibility
Efficiency & Connectivity
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ac drive offerings emphasize more sophisticated operation
Linear Performance
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Smooth, precise operation and ready-engineered alternatives
Sensors Cope with Harsh Environments
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Ruggedness provides a first level requirement for many position sensing applications
Ethernet Powers Growth
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Power-Over-Ethernet is predicted to have a significant market impact, doubling its already-solid acceptance over the next few years
Focus on Energy and Intelligence
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New drive products target power efficiency, better control
FPGAs Change Embedded Design
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Field-programmable gate arrays increase efficiency




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