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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in November 2010
Apple Tests Carbon Composite for iPad Housing
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11/19/2010  Post a comment
New patents disclose efforts to automate composite processing and remove blemishes.
New Nylons Boost Performance under the Hood
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11/16/2010  1 comment
New technologies from DuPont and BASF move plastics into increasingly demanding automotive applications, including engine covers and oil filter modules.
Linear-Position Sensors Support Ethernet/IP
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11/15/2010  Post a comment
Sensors provide interoperability with EtherNet/IP and support for Device Level Ring.
Converter Speeds Data Acquisition Cards
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11/11/2010  Post a comment
Offers 25 percent higher sampling rate for defense, aerospace, medical, test and measurement systems.
All-Plastic Exhaust System Tops SPE Auto Awards
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11/10/2010  1 comment
Ninety percent of the components in the assembly are polymeric, including the filler pipe and plastic supply module.
ZMDI Energy Efficient Low Voltage LED Driver ICs
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11/10/2010  Post a comment
Battery-operated devices in ultra-small package.
Single-Chip Package Simplifies LIN Applications
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11/9/2010  Post a comment
Reduces cost up to 25 percent and circuit board size to 50 percent.
Automakers Opting for Model-Based Design
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11/5/2010  Post a comment
Mathematical method increasingly being used to develop powertrain controls.
Renesas, Redpine Roll out ‘Wi-Fi In A Box'
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11/3/2010  Post a comment
Starter kit could dramatically reduce wireless development time.




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