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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in April 2003
Scope Keeps Going and Going
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A tough device proves it is built to survive
Top Dogs
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Old Meets New in Bathroom Faucet
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Using his fathers valve technology, American Standard design Gary Uhl souped up a 1920s bathroom faucet
Precise Optics Demand Tight Position Control
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Control motors, software must permit precision telescope optics to shine
No, You Can't Use that Part
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Despite benefits of working together, corporate politics and cultural differences keep many engineers and purchasing managers at arms length from each other
See You in Court
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Motor patent spurs probe for prior art
Ethernet for I/O
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"Onion ring" design key
First peep
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Headhunters Twiddle Their Thumbs
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High-tech openings remain scarce
That Giant Sucking Sound
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As more and more companies turn to outsourcing, an increasing number and variety of engineering jobs are going overseas
Shape Shifters
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Versatile enclosures morph into many forms




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