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Jon Titus
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posted in September 2012

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Gesture Sensors Could Help Mechatronics Engineers
Mechatronics Zone 
9/20/2012  17 comments
A recent announcement from a company specializing in sensors used for gesture detection sparked thoughts about using this type of control in mechatronic devices.
Motor Kits Let BLDC Designs Roll
Mechatronics Zone 
9/14/2012  4 comments
If your design plans include a brushless DC motor, contributing technical editor Jon Titus recommends starting with a motor drive dev kit.
An Anti-Alias Filter Review
Mechatronics Zone 
9/12/2012  9 comments
This column describes a filter-selection “gotcha,” and includes references to anti-alias-filter information.
Handbook Can Help Mechatronics Engineers
Mechatronics Zone 
9/5/2012  7 comments
Contributing technical editor Jon Titus found a free copy of the Electrical Engineering Pocket Handbook, published by the Electrical Apparatus Service Association, particularly useful.
Send Kids to College With Tools
Blog 
9/4/2012  20 comments
Contributing Technical Editor Jon Titus taught his kids how to fix things at a young age. Not only did it give them a little independence, it also helped them make friends later in life.


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