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Lighting and System Design: Coming soon to a computer near you

John Donovan
8/26/2010 01:43 PM EDT

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Silicon_Smith   8/29/2010 2:37:18 PM
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All said, there are still challenges abound in the LED market which are a deterrent to its smooth acceptance as a replacement for the existing HB products. More at: http://www.eetimes.com/message-board/other/4205850/AC-DC-LED-Lighting-Challenges

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Sanjib.A   8/27/2010 4:49:56 PM
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This was a great opportunity provided EE Times and DigiKey for the engineers (like me) who are working in the different domain and doesn't have much idea about what is going on in the field of the LED lighting technology. I missed the “Lighting and System Design” event yesterday. Could somebody, who has attended this event, share some learning & thoughts from this virtual conference?

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