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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in June 2013
Atmel Introduces 32-Bit, All-Purpose Microcontroller Family
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6/26/2013  10 comments
Atmel has released its first family of embedded Flash microcontrollers for the ARM Cortex-MO+ Core processor, enhancing its eight-bit portfolio with a line of 32-bit performance products.
Market Forces to Give More Pop to Natural Gas Vehicles
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6/25/2013  26 comments
Market forces will cause sales of natural gas vehicles to spike over the next seven years, but the overall number of those vehicles will still be small, according to a new report.
TI Targets Internet-of-Things Set-Up
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6/24/2013  15 comments
Texas Instruments rolled out new hardware and software to help simplify the process of connecting thousands of different types of devices to the Internet of Things.
TI's Latest Chipsets Leverage Company's MaxLife Technology
Product News 
6/21/2013  12 comments
Texas Instruments introduced two power management chipsets that use its new MaxLife fast-charge technology, which stretches the life of single-cell lithium-ion batteries and lets consumers charge them faster.
Custom Chemistry Could Bode Well for Start-Stop Batteries
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6/5/2013  14 comments
Start-stop vehicles may soon get a big boost from a new battery chemistry that offers longer cycle life and higher power than today's best lithium-ion units.




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