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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in March 2011
Siemens Launches Online Game
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3/31/2011  1 comment
Plantville, the new online game from Siemens, challenges players to optimize operations and production design at three manufacturing plants.
MEMS Microphone Simplifies Audio Design
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3/23/2011  Post a comment
Incorporating I2S interface cuts cost and frees up space.
Engineers Await More News on Japan Reactor Status
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3/16/2011  Post a comment
Two reactors are believed to be intact. Status of a third is unknown.
RF Harvester Could Eliminate Batteries
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3/15/2011  1 comment
The Powerharvester can convert RF to dc to provide energy for very low-power applications.
Wind Powers Electric Vehicle
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3/9/2011  Post a comment
Batteries in the Wind Explorer, a 441 lb vehicle, are charged by a mobile wind turbine.
Ethernet Kit Includes Free Stack
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3/3/2011  Post a comment
Engineers and designers who plan to add Ethernet capabilities to a product or circuit need this kit.
Prototyping Your Way Out of a Mess
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3/1/2011  Post a comment
Whether it's in an industrial, office or home setting, until the world goes totally wireless, dealing with tangles of cords will be a reality of modern life. Designer Micah Maraia created a way to more quickly unravel the mess of cords in your life.




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