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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in August 2010
Cognex Corp.'s Next Generation DataMan Handheld ID Scanner
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8/31/2010  1 comment
New technology allows users to read small 2-D direct part marks as well as long linear bar codes with a single reader.
NSF Funds Software Research for Efficient Computing with Nanoscale Devices
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8/25/2010  Post a comment
Grant gives green light to explore variability-aware software that can help nanoscale devices and components be more adaptive and highly energy-efficient.
Bal Seal to Launch First Contact System with Integrated Isolation Seals
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8/24/2010  Post a comment
Company announces plans to launch the world's first integrated seal and electrical contact system for active implantable devices.
Design News Launches Automation & Control Blog
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8/22/2010  Post a comment
New blog covers controllers, sensors, drives and motors, robotics and motion control components, I/O, and system and device network connectivity solutions such as fieldbus, Ethernet and wireless.
TI Introduces $4 Development Kit
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8/20/2010  Post a comment
Texas Instruments Inc. has unveiled a $4.30 microcontroller development kit targeted at the 25-cent, 16-bit microcontrollers that it rolled out earlier this year.
Apple Plans Next Materials Revolution
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8/18/2010  Post a comment
Consumer electronics giant Apple buys exclusive rights to amorphous metals technology that may revolutionize the design of handheld phones.
Auto Industry Headed For EV Battery Glut
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8/16/2010  1 comment
If demand for EVs doesn't exceed projections, there could be a lithium-ion battery oversupply, analysts say.
New PC Films Extend Electronics, Auto Applications
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8/12/2010  Post a comment
Design Engineers get new options in 3-D shapes with polycarbonate films developed by Bayer MaterialScience.
Gadget Freak Contest Winners Announced
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8/9/2010  Post a comment
A heat-seeking toy machine gun heads the list of award-winning, offbeat inventions.
Ansoft Designer 6.0 Integrates HFSS and HSPICE into a Common Design Flow
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8/6/2010  1 comment
Leveraging Solver on Demand technology, electronic design engineers can analyze signal-integrity, power-integrity and EMI problems from a single environment.
Development Kit Simplifies Wireless Communications
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8/5/2010  Post a comment
Engineers who require wireless machine-to-machine control and communications need this kit from Synapse Wireless
From NIWeek: Timing Issues Could Affect Safety-Critical Embedded Systems
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8/4/2010  Post a comment
National Instruments co-founder Jeff Kodosky says that product developers need to be more aware of software timing and synchronization issues, especially in safety-critical systems.
Wago IPCs Manage Energy Aboard Solar-Powered Boat
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8/4/2010  Post a comment
Boat's power system featuring 500+ sq. meters of photovoltaic panels and 11 tons of batteries controlled by Wago 758 Series IPCs.
From NI Week: Execs Say Culture to Blame for BP Spill
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8/4/2010  Post a comment
Constrained corporate relationships may have discouraged delivery of bad news.
Hold NI Week in the Palm of Your Hand
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8/3/2010  Post a comment
Mobile app now available - www.ni.com/niweekmobile
Molex Enters Audio Accessories Market
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8/2/2010  Post a comment
New Evaldi audio solutions leverage the company's interconnect expertise




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