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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in August 2003
Sensors Have to Toughen Up
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Factories can be harsh. Sensors have to be robust to survive
Electrifying design
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By applying high-powered engineering, tiny Vectrix Corp. may have created a battery-powered scooter that can go head-to-head with gasoline-powered competitors on both range and acceleration
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Engineers Fight SARS
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A simple design change to a mechanical ventilator keeps infectious gases contained
Tough Handle Takes On Off-Highway Conditions
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Seals, ergonomics, and strength keep control grip ticking
Sensors: Know Thyself
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Internal data simplifies sensor setup and use.
No Flight of Fancy
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Flight testing takes more than a plane and a pilot-as this inside look at Lockheed Martin
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