Number 10 is a feature on achieving low power consumption at lower voltage levels, Design with ultra-low voltage MOSFET arrays.
Number 9 is the kick-off article in a three-part series, Developing an automotive electrical distribution system: Part 1 " System design, which keyed on efficiency in design and the ever shortening design cycle for automotive systems.
Number 8 discusses touch sensors and the choices they give design engineers, Capacitive touch switches boost automotive interface options.
Number 7 begins a series on electric motor control, Implement embedded speed control for brushless DC motors: Part 1.
Number 6 is one of our popular Toyota Prius teardown articles, Inside the Toyota Prius: Part 5 - Inverter/converter is Prius' power broker.
Number 5 covers how providers can ensure the timeliness of navigation system information, Keep automotive navigation data up-to-date.
Number 4 starts a series about the interior lighting features enabled by LEDs and how to implement them, LEDs allow attractive and stylish auto interior lighting: Part 1 " drivers.
Number 3 is another Prius teardown story, Inside the Toyota Prius: Part 1 - The airbag control module.
Number 2 gives insight into how more efficiency electrics are taking over from automotive hydraulic systems, Electric power steering: one good turn deserves another.
Number 1, with more than three times the page views of any other article in 2007, An introduction to depletion-mode MOSFETs provides useful insight into these devices which draw no gate current (not even leakage current) for an essentially infinite input resistance.