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Content tagged with Test & Measurement Designline posted in February 2014
International Oscilloscope Week
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2/27/2014   11 comments
Oscilloscopes from three countries were announced this week. Here's a roundup.
Ford Invites Open-Source Community to Tinker Away
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2/27/2014   14 comments
Zachary Nelson, a recent MIT graduate and an engineer with Ford, will speak at EELive! and discuss how the Open XC and open-source platform could allow people with smartphones to connect with real-time vehicle data.
Mobile World Congress Has Test, Too
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2/25/2014   1 comment
The MWC isn't just about the latest mobile devices. It's about the equipment needed to make sure mobile gadgets work.
LTE Built-In GM Cars: No Smartphones Required
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2/25/2014   24 comments
Smartphones are no longer the only platform hotly pursued by cellular operators eager to boost their revenue. Now, it’s cars. GM has partnered with AT&T, and Qualcomm launched 20nm LTE-A chipset for automotive.
Power Week-in-Review: Fusion Breakthrough, Flexible Piezo Fabric & NASA Boosts EVs
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2/13/2014   1 comment
This week, scientists move one step closer to achieving fusion "ignition," a flexible energy harvesting fabric that delivers twice the power of other such textiles, NASA commits to power source development for EVs, and a MIPI-BIF-compliant fuel gauge IC.
Micriµm's µC/Probe Is an Amazingly Cool Tool
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2/10/2014   21 comments
Using uC/Probe, you can monitor and modify the values of any variable, any memory location, and any I/O port on the fly while your application is running.
What's a 6-in-1 Oscilloscope, Anyway?
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2/8/2014   14 comments
Tektronix is promoting a new 6-in-1 oscilloscope. Which 6 features do you think it will have?
Best-in-Test & Top Test Engineer Winners Announced
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2/3/2014   Post a comment
At DesignCon 2014, EDN announced the winners of the Best-in-Test products and the Test Engineer of the Year.
Agilent/Keysight Keeps Focus on Innovation
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2/3/2014   Post a comment
At DesignCon 2014, Siegfried Gross stressed that innovation is the key to success in the measurement business.


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