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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in February 2014
The Pros & Cons to Sensor Hub & Sensor Sub-System Management
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2/21/2014  Post a comment
When the goal is to reduce power consumption by off-loading sensor management, CISC-based approaches are far superior to RISC engines.
Intelligent Drug Delivery Systems Target Disease to Ease Pain of Medication
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2/17/2014  1 comment
Researchers are developing drugs that are more targeted to effect only diseased cells or areas of the body that need treatment rather than the body as a whole.
A New Face for Eddy Current Sensors
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2/5/2014  Post a comment
New innovations require a creative and dedicated development team, which are essential to ensure success and offer customers solutions for constantly new measurement tasks.
Medical Devices With Force Sensors Show Enhanced Effectiveness
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2/3/2014  3 comments
Devices with force sensors offer advantages and insights that are desirable among most practitioners and patients. The added benefits of quantifiable data create more efficient and effective medical environments.




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