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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in May 2009
Networking Technologies Enhance Automation Control
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5/29/2009  Post a comment
Ethernet software protocols, topologies, interoperability and safety focus on new standards for machine control
Breaking Down the Sensor Signal Path
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5/18/2009  Post a comment
By understanding the stages of an analog signal path, digital developers can more accurately capture sensor data for a wide variety of applications
Growing the Medical Device Industry by Shrinking It
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5/18/2009  Post a comment
Extreme Resolution Micro Flex Circuits address growing field of medical application devices with unique material, dimensional requirements
Semiconductors: The Heart of Next-Generation Medical Devices
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5/18/2009  Post a comment
Highly integrated chips are paving the way for smaller, more portable equipment
Robotic Sensors for High-Risk Situations
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5/18/2009  Post a comment
Robots depend on myriad sensor technologies to investigate potentially dangerous scenes
Industrial Sensors Solve Cost Problems
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5/18/2009  Post a comment
The right sensor involves more than simply a lower price
Carnegie Mellon Scores With Smart Football
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5/15/2009  Post a comment
Sensors, wireless protocols, 3-D animation software help track the ball in real time
Sensors Help Amputees Restore Lost Muscle Function
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5/4/2009  Post a comment
Ossur America's POWER KNEETM uses technology which likens the device to the Segway




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