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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in October 2006
Motion System-on-a-Chip
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M3000 incorporates functions for both motion and machine control
DSP Locates Highlights
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Recorder finds key moments by searching video and audio cues
Changing for the better
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Material Handling and Logistic Conference addresses supply change
Watch Is on Queen Mary 2
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Condition monitoring system uses satellite communications
Single-Chip Fingerprint IC
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Offers USB interface without requiring a comparison chip
Connectors/Cables
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Connecting within and externally to the system
Analog Takes the Lead in Digital Revolution
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No slowdown in sight for analog technology
Passives don’t stray from their evolutionary path
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Integration expands the need for a diversity of components
Embedded Processors Address Peripheral Issue
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Smaller line widths spur more integration, address peripheral issue
Distributions compete on engineering services
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New support helps speed to market
The End Game
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A final word on memory technologies and displays
Power Sources
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Power conversion requires both ac-to-dc and ac-to-dc converters
Electromechanical
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Technology advances and faces challenges
Sensors
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Improved sensors enhance, simplify




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