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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in October 2007
iSensor Gyroscope Takes the Worry out of Torque Checks
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Integration of an innovative sensor boosts reliability in measuring rotational change in industrial fasteners
NI Unveils Software Platform for Multicore Applications
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Automatic multithreading could make it easier for engineers to deal with embedded dual-core and quad-core architectures
Application Trends Drive Changes in Passive Components
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10/8/2007  Post a comment
Passives suppliers strive for high performance with low energy consumption
Analog IC Gets Smaller, More Complex and Energy Efficient
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Changing applications force innovation on analog IC
Lithium Technology Meets Challenge of Greater Efficiency in Smaller Package
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Higher efficiency, smaller form factors and energy alternatives provide growth
Multiple Trends Pressure Change in DSPs
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Complexity, size and energy efficiency drive innovation
Electromechanical Components Use Electronics to Satisfy System Requirements
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Electromechanical components complete electronic systems
Connectors, Cables Must Follow Electronic Product Trends
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Connector industry grows by following electronic product trends
SGI Blade Server Goes Green
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Four-coil heat exchanger cuts electrical consumption




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