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Unique component contest sparks engineering creative flow
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6/5/2008   Post a comment
Use of Rejustor from Microbridge Technologies sparks innovative solutions to diverse circuit and system problems
Fingerprint sensor delivers greater durability, improved biometric performance
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6/4/2008   Post a comment
Targeted at 2009 notebook PC designs, the TCS5 TouchStrip fingerprint sensor with a new SteelCoat coating from UPEK delivers greater durability.
Demystifying UHF Gen 2 RFID, HF RFID
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6/3/2008   Post a comment
Whether you are considering using high frequency (HF) RFID technologies or ultra high frequency (UHF) Gen 2, the first question you must ask yourself is why? This article provides information to help you make informed choices on tags and technology.
Cypress claims industry's first programmable single-chip laser navigation system
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6/2/2008   Post a comment
Cypress Semiconductor says its OvationONS II SoC is the industry's first to integrate a laser navigation sensor and programmable Flash-based microcontroller on one die.
Tuning fork crystals target high-density applications
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6/2/2008   Post a comment
Raltron Electronics has introduced two series of surface-mount tuning fork crystals that are suitable for accurate time of day and other read-out requirements.
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