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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in September 2003
LabVIEW Users Blog NI Week
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Engineers find a new way to connect up at an annual event
Power Trip
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Bus Switches Tackle Diverse Requirements
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Three TI families focus on power, speed, and protection
Rosy picture
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Hybrid 16-bit Controller Hits 60 MIPS
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Core has CPU, DSP, and fast flash memory
Zap 'em
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Robot Races Pack 'em in at NI Week
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Competition helps teach programming skills
Free Trial
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VoIPs Poised to Pop
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Pacific Rim clamoring for chips
Electronic Metering Shrinks to One Chip
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Parts count drops by 80%
LabView Users Showcase Extreme Apps
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Engineers push testing, measurement envelope
Wired to help
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Symphony Gains More Players
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Motorola partnerships broaden digital radio capabilities
Prospects Brighten for Fiber to the Home
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Dropping component costs sparks market
Nanomotor
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Lasting dome
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Smart Sensors Get a Push
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Virtual TEDS database goes online




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