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Content posted in January 2004
Functionality Job One
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New CAD release aims to boost ease of use
New Architectures Debut for FPGAs
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Xilinx offers modular approach
A Jump Start in a Fast World
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The use of reference designs is growing as more engineers see the value in slashing design cycle times
Shock Absorber Gets a Longer Life
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Re-engineering in reverse
Double Play
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Engineering Students You'd Love to Hire
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Snapshots of some of the best and brightest engineers to be
Smart Cards Slide into U.S.
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Advanced wireless cards dominate usage
Servo Pneumatics Fill Need for Efficiency
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Ethernet capability eliminates manual adjustments
The Iced*CAD cometh
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On-the-fly assemblies let CAD engineers do their job
Amusement Park Rides Go All-Electric
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Versatility and low noise are key attributes
At SPS, a New Round of Ethernet Wars
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OEMs cut response time to microseconds
Hoods Become a Materials Battleground
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Steel or aluminum? Low cost or light weight? That is the big question.
Real-life Susan Calvin
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An Asimov-like advocate promoting robotics




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