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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in February 2005
Electronics
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In the Marketplace
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New Directions in Motion Control
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A special supplement from Design News
Chip Alliance Examines Test Issues
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At 65 and even 90 nm, today’s materials are too brittle for probing
Who Are You?
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Vendors make it easy to add biometric sensors to security systems
In the Marketplace
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Sensing technique exploits a change in voltage
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DSP-based solution protects saw users from losing a finger
New and Notable Product Design
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Wireless technology is making its way into a plethora of portable electronic devices. Here are five examples.
Ask The Search Engineer
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The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Stacked Modules Hold Flash, RAM
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Up to 192 Mbits fits in a 8 by 10 mm package
Chip on Your Arm
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An RF device to be implanted in the triceps of a user makes medical records portable
Taking the Sting Out
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Pretreatment of skin with ultrasound achieves anesthetic




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