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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in June 1998
Switch serves as open-loop controller
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Associate Editor Rick DeMeis reviews noteworthy developments in switches and relays
Design for the Global Marketplace
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With companies in all industries scrambling to sell their products internationally, the engineers who do the designing are facing the challenge of satisfying foreign standards and tastes. Engineers from ten leading companies share their insights on what it takes to compete internationally in a special roundtable discussion sponsored by Design News and the Square D Company.
Line-interrupts meet safety requirements
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Associate Editor Rick DeMeis reviews noteworthy developments in switches and relays
Momentum merges many into one
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Western Technical Editor Mark Gottschalk cites noteworthy programmable controller products
Computers pinpoint brain tumors
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Image-guided techniques improve surgical accuracy and enable patients to recover more quickly
Electronics get muscles moving
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Functional electrical stimulation motivates dormant muscles, granting independence to people incurring spinal cord injuries
System offers distributed control
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Western Technical Editor Mark Gottschalk cites noteworthy programmable controller products
Micro PLC performs to the max
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Western Technical Editor Mark Gottschalk cites noteworthy programmable controller products
Sensors invade the medical world
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Advancements in sensing technology provide clinicians with superior diagnostic tools and smarter medical products
Operator interface is low cost
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Western Technical Editor Mark Gottschalk cites noteworthy programmable controller products
Implants aid inner healing
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Designed to regulate, restore, or replace directly, medical implants address a growing range of health concerns




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