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posted in October 2004
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How to Backlight an LCD
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High-voltage ac lighting makes a low-voltage dc app work--go figure!
Thermoforming Key To Water-Massage Unit
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Supplier and customer collaborate to find best design
Drivemakers Simplify Data Backup
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External drives have more capacity, faster transfer times
New and Notable Product Design
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Six products go wireless with Bluetooth.
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Design and Win
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No Room For Crashes
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TV power source provides fault tolerant power distribution




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