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DFI Chapter 134: Teaching innovation
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Interphase VP Yoram Solomon discusses key traits needed for real innovation in any company, large or small (part 2).
DFI Chapter 133: Innovation investigation
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Interphase VP Yoram Solomon discusses key traits needed for real innovation in any company, large or small (part 1).
DFI Chapter 133: COTS for kids sake
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Germane Systems founder and CEO Kerry Green has raised a thriving ruggedized computing business and four kids all at the same time.
DFI Chapter 132: An innovative analyzer
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Rohde & Schwarz product marketing manager Rich Pieciak describes features in his company's FSH series of portable spectrum analyzers.
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EE Times brings you MWC
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2/27/2012   Post a comment
As Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona, EE Times is on the ground, keeping you up to date, covering the stories that matter and bringing you the news as we hear it. Take a walk to the Fira with EE Times reporter Sylvie Barak.
Quad cored tablets & phones, oh my! MWC Intro - EE Times - Sylvie Barak - Mobile World Congress
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http://www.eetimes.com As MWC kicks off, EETimes reporter Sylvie Barak discusses some of the mobile technology she's most excited to see at this year's show. From quad cored tablets and smartphones, to home automation, connected cars & much more...
Innovation panel: Balancing creativity and profit
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2/20/2012   Post a comment
Executives from Small HD, Elster, Consert, and Energy Micro talk about balancing technological creativity and profitability at a gathering in Raleigh, N.C.
DFI Chapter 131: Three's a crowd, or is it?
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Founders Adam Nepp and Scott Wohler describe their body-monitoring technology, what works best in wireless design and the art of the startup.
DFI Chapter 130: The five percenters
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Adam Nepp and Scott Wohler are longtime friends. So what would possess them to start an electronics company together?
DFI Sidetrip: The road to Salt Lick
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When in Austin, the locals say you nave to head out to the Salt Lick to enjoy some local BBQ. It has its charms on a warm day, but what about when it's in the 40s?
DFI Chapter 128: Growing the internet of things
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Not often do you hear of software companies getting into the hardware business, but that's what Treehouse Labs (Round Rock, Texas) has done.
DFI Chapter 127: Set up for innovation
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Think U.S. electronics manufacturers can't compete with Asia? Think again. The hidden costs of offshoring are becoming more and more apparent, according to Micross Components engineers.
DFI Chapter 126: Running hot and cold
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Every want to pull out electricity from thin air? That's what Nextreme Thermal Solutions does with products that use thermoelectric effects.
DFI Chapter 123: Raffling off a Volt ride in North Carolina
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The team at Catalyst Manufacturing in Mooresville, N.C., raffled off chances for employees to drive the Volt. The first winner couldn't have been a more entertaining choice.
DFI Chapter 124: Shrink to fit
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Micross engineer Chip O'Toole and General Manager Tony Hamby discuss the relentless drive to miniaturize components and systems in rugged environments.
Synchronous Stepdown Regulator with Programmable Reference
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The standard design of a general purpose switching step-down regulator relies on a control loop that requires the user to attenuate the output signal to compare to a voltage reference.
Forrest Huff, Interconnect Systems: Are tech jobs returning to the U.S.?
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Forrest Huff, Regional Sales Manager of Interconnect Systems Inc., answers the question "are jobs coming back to the United States?" Dylan McGrath of EE Times asked the question at DesignCon 2012.
Lee Ritchey, Speeding Edge: Are tech jobs returning to the U.S.?
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Lee W. Ritchey, President of Speeding Edge, answers the question "are jobs coming back to the United States?" Dylan McGrath of EE Times asked the question at DesignCon 2012.
Thomas Smith, Positronic: Are tech jobs returning to the U.S.?
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Thomas Smith, Regional Manager of Positronic Industries Inc., answers the question "are jobs coming back to the United States?" Dylan McGrath of EE Times asked the question at DesignCon 2012.
Steve Smith, L-Com: Are tech jobs returning to the U.S.?
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Steve Smith, Product Manager, L-Com Global Connectivity answers the question "are jobs coming back to the United States?" Dylan McGrath of EE Times asked the question at DesignCon 2012.
Dale Hanzekla, Intercept Technology: Are tech jobs returning to the U.S.?
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Dale Hanzekla, Director of North America Sales, Intercept Technology Inc. answers the question "are jobs coming back to the United States?" Dylan McGrath of EE Times asked the question at DesignCon 2012.
Andrew Haines, Arasan Chip Systems: Are tech jobs returning to the U.S.?
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Andrew Haines, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Arasan Chip Systems Inc. answers the question "are jobs coming back to the United States?" Dylan McGrath of EE Times asked the question at DesignCon 2012.
CFI Chapter 122: Vitals measurement
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Zephyr Technology CTO Jonathan Woodward talks about his company's BioHarness 3, which measures athletes vital signs during exercise.


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