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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in December 2006
Zigbee Wireless Products Meet Growing Demand
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Microcontrollers, wireless transceivers, and software stacks provide integrated solutions.
MCU Kits Motor On
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12/11/2006  Post a comment
UPDATED: We tested some popular microcontroller (MCU) development kits to find out how well they work. Here’s how they stack up.
Lean, Mean Six Sigma Machines
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Electronics companies have used Lean Six to trim down, but can it help them pump up?
High-Performance DVR
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Linear Regulators Fulfill Automotive Needs
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Low-dropout (LDO) versions find new niche in growing automotive electronics market
Portable Video Player
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House Calls Make a Comeback
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Tech companies see a healthy market in home medical devices
Satellite Receiver
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Network Camera
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