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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in June 2005
65 nm and Beyond
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One of Texas Instruments' silicon development experts charts the course for ever-more-powerful chips
Electronics
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Logic Analyzers Go Beyond 1's and 0's
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LAs simplify digital data displays and triggering
Managing Wafer Fabrication
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Common methods of creating mechanical motion in wafer fabrication include servo/stepper drives, vacuum, and pneumatics. This motion becomes kinetic energy. Experts from Enidine Inc. comment on the energy control and applications.
Motors and Batteries
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The combination provides more performance for professional portable power tools!
Extended Range Inductive Sensors
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Five new products take proximity sensing to new distances
New and Notable Product Design
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Connectors provide the connectivity for networking communication, computing, control, and other functions. Here are five examples of connectors in the latest products.
Common Requirement, Extraordinary Environment
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Exploring deep space requires special capability in dc-dc converters
Microchip Aims Smaller Ethernet Controller at Embedded Market
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New technology could bring Internet connectivity to smaller, lower-cost applications
Flash - New and Notable Product Design
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New and established connectors provide the connectivity–-an enabling technology–-for networking communication, computing, control, and other functions.
Rarely Asked Questions
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Strange but true stories from the call logs of Analog Devices
Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) Gyroscopes
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Angular rate-sensing tunes up motion control
Motion Control/Power Transmission
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Best Products of the Engineering Marketplace
Occupant Detection Sensors
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Automakers look to possible smart air bag mandate
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Best Products of the Engineering Marketplace
Data Acquisition Gets Smaller
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Sixteen-mm module provides 14-bit, 200,000 samples/sec capability with PDA host
Occupant Detection Sensors
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With a possible government mandate looming for so-called smart air bags, suppliers are offering a variety of techniques for detecting the size and position of occupants




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