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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in July 2005
For Automakers, it’s Bandwidth, Bandwidth, Bandwidth
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To reduce complexity and prepare for the onslaught of more electronic features, automotive engineers are looking at faster, more efficient electrical architectures.
Energy-Efficient Motors
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7/18/2005  Post a comment
Thirty percent global energy savings possible
Powder Metallurgy Winners
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A design competition highlights mechanical property gains
Ask the Search Engineer
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7/18/2005  Post a comment
The Search Engineerfinds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Performance and Efficiency
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New IC products boast motor control features
Electronics
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A Lean Cut
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Control system architectures move to consolidate control hardware and integrate motion networks
ZigBee Shrinks to One Chip
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Device holds processor, transceiver, and memory
Run For Your Life
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Tied To a Yellow Line
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Many new devices now connect to the Safety at Work system
Controlling an Unmanned Car
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Motion controls address the challenges of an autonomous vehicle
In the Marketplace
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Breaking the Next Flop Barrier
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Cray expects to surpass petaflop level




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