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Content posted in May 2005
AC Variable-Speed Motor Power Stage
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Fully isolated package integrates IGBTs and three -phase HVIC driver
Microcontrollers Designed for Industrial Motion Control
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16-bit MCUs aim to displace 32-bit units
Space Shuttle Moves Closer To Liftoff
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Technical changes loom large on the Discovery
Household Refrigeration Cools Military
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Researchers modify conventional evaporator for high-density heat dissipation
PC-ABS for Rapid Prototyping and Production
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A new blend helps engineers better predict end product performance
OEM Auto Electronics Market in China:US $3.5B in 2012
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Power train will be the largest sector, report says
CAD and CAM Link Up
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UGS buys Tecnomatix, gets digital manufacturing tools
More Style Options For Electronics Enclosures
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Inclosia's Solutions latest take on overmolding supports combinations of decorative materials




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