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Content posted in September 2006
Engine, Transmission Controls Push Forward
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Staid powertrains undergo a surprising makeover as automakers focus on fuel conservation
Integrated Motor/Drive
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Innovative, integrated drive/control system reduces installation cost
Microcontroller Includes On-Chip Ethernet
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Single-chip solution brings simple Ethernet connectivity to the embedded world
Improved Two-Stage Pressure Regulator
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Advancements provide higher flow in 0 to 20 psig designs, improve design.
Covering New Ground with Intelligent Fasteners
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A new evaluation kit contains representative intelligent fastening mechanisms that help users develop their applications
Highlights from NI Week 2006
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National Instruments Marks 30th Anniversary with Exhibition
Freescale technology forum highlights 'circuit science'
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Controllers, memories, boost performance and cut costs
Stronger Is Better
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When familiar materials get stronger, engineers win
Rapid Prototyping Advances
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New machines and materials drive growth
Interactive Software Simplifies Design with FPGAs
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Automatically generates applications that can be compiled to run on Field Programmable Gate Arrays
Give molding a fresh look
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It's a good way to solve cost problems and keep projects manufactured domestically
DSPs Blend Fast Processing, Low Cost
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High-quality audio has tons of features for a growing market
Valuable Fasteners
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The most innovative fastening systems offer more design freedom and lower manufacturing costs
High-Speed Locking Cylinder
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Tie-rod style mechanism isolates brake from air supply
Online Step Motor Selection Tool
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Unique algorithm uses voltage, current and speed to choose step motors




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