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Stepper motors, brushless dc motors, permanent-magnet synchronous motors and other motor types require careful attention to control and driver electronics. Design News tested three motor kits for evaluation and development and examined a demonstration of two small piezoelectric motors. Full Story Power Devices Get Smaller
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