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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in October 2004
Xeon Heat Sink
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DSPs Go Off-Highway to Control Hydraulics
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Latest chips come with CAN ports and Flash memory
Buyers Guide
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CMOS Sensor
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Automation/MC Show to Debut in U.S. in 2005
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New event will focus on electric automation technologies
Electronics Catalog Gets New Look
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New design was inspired by consumer magazines
FPGAs Gain Strength
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They are getting ever-smaller, but seeing volume growth
Thermal System
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Seeing a Bright Future
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Machine vision grows as prices head southward
Computation Demand Drives Computer Design
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Faster Linux-based systems now available
No Room For Crashes
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TV power source provides fault tolerant power distribution
New DHT
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Web Sensing
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Standardized sensors use Web or PC base
Print Press Goes Digital
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Press switches to digital drives that match analog speeds
Nano Expo
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