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Content posted in March 2009
Digital Power Gains Momentum
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3/31/2009  Post a comment
Microchip rolls out processors, reference designs aimed at digital power conversion
New Magnesium Sheet Process Targets Medical, Auto Applications
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3/31/2009  Post a comment
Alloys are injection molded, rolled and then heat treated
NVIDIA Taps Nehalem to Boost Quadro GPU Performance
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3/27/2009  Post a comment
Accompanying SLI Multi-OS allows multiple GPUs to be configured in a single system for the first time
Microchip Offers Motor Workshops
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3/24/2009  Post a comment
Targets engineers who want to move beyond stepper motor control
NEC Rolls out LED Controllers
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3/18/2009  Post a comment
New controllers provide ‘fine-grained control' of light-emitting diodes
TI Rolls out 32-Bit Motor Controller
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3/11/2009  Post a comment
Better math performance, PWM modules make performance faster, more precise
Autodesk Brings Inventor into 2010
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3/10/2009  Post a comment
Upgrade focuses on interoperability, ease-of-use and more sophisticated simulation capabilities




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