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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in April 2012
Win a Trip to the Indy 500
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4/27/2012  6 comments
Your dream of hanging with the pit crew at Indy has arrived, thanks to Littelfuse Inc.
Grid Storage a Key to Success of Renewables
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4/25/2012  25 comments
The market demand for grid storage of electrical power will skyrocket over the next five years, spiking from about $2.8 billion in 2012 to $113.5 billion in 2017, according to a new study.
NASA Tests Unmanned Flight With Next-Gen Air Traffic Technology
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4/25/2012  7 comments
NASA has completed its first test of the Next-Gen air traffic control system in a commercial-sized, unmanned aircraft.
Air Force Designs Unmanned Lightweight Aircraft for NASA
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4/24/2012  10 comments
The Air Force Research Laboratory is developing a new unmanned airplane to test the effect of air flow on flexible wings.
DARPA to Design Atomic Sensor System as GPS Alternative
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4/23/2012  7 comments
The Department of Defense wants to design a new miniature atomic sensor system for missiles and other military technology platforms to eliminate their dependence on GPS.
Touchpads Put In-Car Entertainment at Your Fingertips
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4/19/2012  26 comments
A tiny touchpad in the armrest or steering wheel of future vehicles could enable drivers to more easily communicate with a car's audio, radio, phone, or navigation system, thus reducing driver distraction.
Navy Eyes Unmanned Vehicles for Dangerous Missions
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4/17/2012  14 comments
Textron said the Common Unmanned Surface Vessel is the first designed from the ground up to be operated remotely to perform risky Navy activities without endangering lives.
Boeing's 737 Max Targets Fuel Efficiency
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4/13/2012  17 comments
Boeingís next-generation airliner has several design features geared toward fuel efficiency, including an extended tail cone and updates to flight and electronics controls.
iPad Waterproofed for Naval Ocean Optics Experiment
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4/12/2012  7 comments
A Navy scientist found a way to use an iPad under the oceanís surface as part of a recent optics experiment conducted by the Naval Research Labís (NRLís) Oceanography Division.
Boeing Space Capsule Passes Parachute Drop Test
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4/11/2012  15 comments
A Boeing commercial spacecraft that may bring people and cargo to the International Space Station made it through its first test.
Renesas MCUs Promote Precise Motor Control
Product News 
4/2/2012  10 comments
Using a new 32-bit microcontroller family, engineers may now have a more cost-effective way of delivering precise power control to products ranging from washers and dryers to solar inverters.
Safety Standard Could Disrupt MEMS in Automotive
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4/2/2012  5 comments
A panel of experts agree it is likely to be mundane legal mandates, such as environmental pollution and safety, that will keep demand for automotive MEMS sensors climbing for the foreseeable future.




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