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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in September 2013
Microchip SoC Simplifies Design of Portable Products
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9/30/2013  7 comments
Microchip's new system-on-chip family could speed development of blood pressure monitors, lab instruments, power meters, and myriad other products by combining a 16-bit microcontroller with high-precision analog components.
Slideshow: Apple iPhone 5c Teardown
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9/27/2013  30 comments
The folks at iFixit.com are at it again. This time, they are tearing into the Apple Iphone 5c to let us know if and/or why we should care about it. Take a look inside.
TI Converter Simplifies Position & Motion Sensing
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9/27/2013  12 comments
Using a new twist on an old technology, engineers at Texas Instruments have created a better method for position sensing in applications ranging from automotive and industrial to medical and consumer electronics.
Slideshow: Inside the Apple iPhone 5s
Product News 
9/26/2013  14 comments
The folks at iFixit.com got their hands on an Apple iPhone 5s and immediately dissected it. Here's what they found.
Toshiba Updates Vector Engine MCs for Performance, Efficiency
Product News 
9/25/2013  1 comment
Toshiba's new vector engine embedded microcontroller, the TMPM375FSDMG, is the latest in the company's ARM Cortex-M3 core-based TX03 series lineup.
Linear Introduces Multi-source Energy-Harvesting Chip
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9/16/2013  9 comments
Linear Technology, a provider of circuits and power-management technology, has released a new multi-source energy-harvesting chip, the LTC3330, which can deliver up to 50mA of continuous output current to extend battery life when harvestable energy is available.
Medical Device Manufacturers, Be Prepared to Innovate
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9/12/2013  12 comments
The trend toward “bio-connectivity” is gaining momentum, and medical device manufacturers need to be ready to bring that connectivity to next-generation products, a futurist at the Medical Design & Manufacturing Show said this week.




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