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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in February 2008
TI Targets Handhelds with New Processor
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OMAP35x offers a 4-X increase in processing speed
Get in Sync with Mechatronics
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2/25/2008  Post a comment
Q&A with Chad Hawkinson, PTC Software
Proud Bird of the Deep
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No Limits to Mechatronics
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Many believe that the term "Mechatronics" is only a fancy way of saying "Electromechanical", according to Kevin Craig, professor of mechanical engineering at Marquette University, they are very wrong.
Nextreme’s OptoCooler Transforms Heat to Electricity
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The OptoCooler can transfer heat away from a source or generate electricity
Energy-Efficient Microchip Operates at 0.3V
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Microchip's potential applications include portable and implantable medical devices
Littlefuse Provides Reference Designs for Circuit Designers
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New website launch provides additional functionality for users
M2E Delivers Power through Motion at Greener Gadgets Show
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New kinetic batteries charge devices through movement
HYmini Power Bank: A Green Solution for Charging Portable Electronics
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2/4/2008  Post a comment
Wind and solar power generator used to power portable electronics devices
Deere Takes Next Step Toward Driverless Tractor
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Operatorless tractors aren’t here yet, but a new breed of automated steering systems is bringing ag manufacturers closer to the driverless dream




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