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posted in February 2010
0.7mm-high slide switch targets mobile devices
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2/24/2010   Post a comment
Alps Electric Europe announced the development of the SSAJ series, a 0.7mm-high slide switch that enables the design of more compact electronic devices including mobile phones, digital cameras and compact music players
DNA sequencing startup pulls in $7 million
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2/23/2010   Post a comment
Nabsys Inc. (Providence R.I.), a developer of electronic, solid-state DNA sequencing, has announced it has received a $7 million investment as part of a Series B equity round led by Stata Venture Partners.
Fanless Design for Embedded Applications - Part 1: Thermal solution design (analytic)
Design How-To  
2/22/2010   Post a comment
This article provides a reference for designing a fanless heatsink solution for a low-voltage Intel architecture processor.
What made you become an EE? Join the Conversation
Blog  
2/18/2010   27 comments
In honor of National Engineers Week, we ask readers what inspired them to become engineers and what can be done to encourage more young people to join the ranks.
C&K develops hall-effect contactless sensing analog rocker switches for off-road vehicles
Product News  
2/17/2010   1 comment
C&K Components has developed two Hall-effect contactless sensing analog rocker switches, designated the AR3 and AR5.
Electronic drive with a fully programmable control unit
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2/9/2010   Post a comment
Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions launched the Haydon RoHS compliant IDEA programmable stepper motor drive, delivered with a fully programmable control unit and a patent pending graphic user interface
Potentiometer switch assembly offers both rotary and push-on functionality
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2/9/2010   Post a comment
Electro-Mech's SW44687 potentiometer switch assembly offers both rotary and push-on functionality for maximum operation control
Black anodized heatsinks increase thermal performance by 30 percent
Product News  
2/2/2010   1 comment
Ohmite has introduced a black anodized version of its W Series heatsinks, which when used in still air, will give customers as much as a 30 percent increase in thermal performance.


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