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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in April 2008
The System Aspects of Sensing
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Changing the definition of plug-and-play sensors
Small Sensors Make a Big Difference in Consumer Products
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New features and functionality result when consumer products include sensors
Sensors Address System-Level Design Issues
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System engineers benefit from simplified design
Auto Industry Working Hard to Make an Electric Vehicle Battery
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Plug-in hybrid batteries are still an unknown for the auto industry
Pulse-Width-Modulation Digital-to-Analog Converter vs. Stand-Alone DAC
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What benefits are associated with each and which is most appropriate?
Single-, Multi-Phase Buck Regulation
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Unified analysis and design of voltage mode compensation
Confronting Signal Conditioning Issues
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Unique application environment requires special attention to avoid problems
GM's Power Train Strategy
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More hybrids and diesels are in the plans
Non-Linear Control Advances Servo Performance
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Adaptive servo control eliminates settling time
New Power Management Devices Boost Efficiency
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ICs target handhelds, servers and data centers
Power Factor Correction Gets the Green Light
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Designing line-operated telecommunications and other high-power equipment to meet regulations and marketing requirements does not have to be difficult
Boeing Flies Fuel Cell-Powered Plane
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Boeing officials today announced the first successful flight of a manned plane powered by hydrogen fuel cells




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