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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in October 2003
Enlightenment
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Non-Automotive CAN Ramps Up
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Standardization targets interfaces and applications
Chips Help Trim Portable Power
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Battery monitor chip keeps tabs on voltage, current, and temperature; affordable precision for first time in handheld devices
Telematics Starts Rolling
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Carmakers, others bring infotainment to the road
Cooling Off Hot Spots
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A new solid state pump speeds heat transfer
USB On the Go Gains Momentum
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Popular PC interface offers more options
Packing Features In
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ARM Core offers more for less
A Digital-to-Analog Conversion
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KC moviegoers lose their digital screen




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