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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in August 2006
Sagem My700x Mobile Phone
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CELL PHONE/MEDIA PLAYER
Analog Switches
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Nokia 6136 WI-FI with GSM
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MULTIRADIO CELL PHONE
Chip Makers Roll Out Automotive Processors
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Vendors target specific applications
Motorola Canopy Lite
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WIRELESS BROADBAND SUBSCRIBER MODULES
Zeal Optics the Confidant BT
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TOUCHING THREE SENSES
Small-Scale Logic Packaging
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New technologies shrink the footprint and weight of handheld products
Man on a Mission
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FPGAs, Laser Help Prevent Blindness
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NI tools used to build optical system
Baseball, Cars Highlight Hardware Demos
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NI touts new products in creative ways
Robot Solves Rubik’s Cubes
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Austrians prove engineers aren't squares
Sony, NI Simplify Camera Setup
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Pair address vision hardware, software




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