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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in June 2008
Freescale, Monebo Team on Cardiac Analysis Technology
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ECG-on-a-chip could open door to more portable heart products
787 Dreamliner Completes "Power On" Milestone
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Boeing has completed the Power On sequence for the first 787 Dreamliner, moving ever closer to first flight
GM Shows off Safety Technology
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Cars "talk" to other cars, intersections
Auto Industry Prepares for Intelligent Highway
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Automotive experts say nothing comes close to the life-saving potential of the intelligent highway
Improving Power Management
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Common and unique requirements determine different approaches
Mechatronics: Ticket to Integrated Design
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Increasingly, system integrators are being challenged to provide design solutions that feature a blend of engineering technologies
Analog's Driving Force
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Driver ICs take advantage of analog technology
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