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A Visit to TI's Motor Lab
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7/15/2011  3 comments
TI's employees use Kilby Labs to research and develop new ideas that may turn into products.
New Debugger Complements Atmel AVR Studio 5
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7/7/2011  2 comments
Atmel now has a new in-circuit debugger and programmer module, the JTAGICE3, which operates with the AVR Studio 5 software and all Atmel 8-bit and 32-bit AVR-family microcontrollers (MCUs).
AVR Studio 5 Includes Sensor Driver Code
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6/28/2011  4 comments
Atmel has simplified life for engineers, programmers, and product designers with AVR Studio 5.
Modeling and Simulation for Motor Selection
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6/3/2011  1 comment
Why trajectory planning, system modeling and control design are essential.
So You Want to Build an H-Bot?
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4/29/2011  Post a comment
The H-Bot is conceptually simple; it's the design of the controls that make it amazing.
From the Real World to the Digital World
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1/26/2011  Post a comment
Digitization (sampling and quantization) is universal and essential in engineering.
You Can't Just Say It's Reliable
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1/19/2011  Post a comment
Why understanding the physics of failure and having a systems approach are essential to modern engineering.
PLC and Controller Integration
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8/27/2010  Post a comment
Kollmorgen's MechaWare 4.0
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