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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in June 2004
Antimatter: Possible way to treat Cancer?
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Physicists play with a particle accelerator
Use Grows as Size Shrinks
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Compact 8-bit processor fuels new applications
RFID Extends to Medical Applications
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Small size, memory add features
Drive Implant Eliminates Follow-up Surgery
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Rotor and gearbox extend leg prosthesis, saving young bone cancer survivors painful repetitive procedures
ColdFire Adds Interface Options, Encryption
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Expanded line aims at industrial, HVAC markets
Rivaling a Fruit Fly's Brief Existence
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Insanely short component life cycles can leave design engineers scrambling when parts go obsolete before their product does
Cool Current
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High-temperature superconducting wire becomes increasingly practical operationally and financially
C Code Becomes User Accessible
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Design package integrates electronic features for hydraulics-based off-highway equipment customization
Silence can be Golden
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NI, MTS sign pact for noise analysis
The Eyes Have It
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Proven tips from the trenches
Data Flow Faster to Cars
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Packet-transmission scheme shortens broadcast times
Trying Before Hiring
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Companies look for graduates with intern experience




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