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8/15/2012 08:16 PM EDT
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I_B_GREEN
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I_B_GREEN   8/29/2012 11:58:32 PM
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You have a point I'm only 2/3 right

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Phil.Gillaspy   8/28/2012 7:45:58 PM
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Despite Google and Wikipedia, Chas56 has a point. On any other day, I would not have time to research "space vector modulated direct torque control".

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I_B_GREEN   8/24/2012 1:31:01 AM
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BLDC Brushless DC (motor) PMSM Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors wikipedia where you can look acronims up at google too!

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Chas56   8/21/2012 11:32:21 AM
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I have almost no idea what this announcement is about. It looks like an untouched copy of a nerd's press release with no explanation of any of the acronyms. What is a 'space vector modulated direct torque control' solution? What's a BLDC or a PMSM? I consider myself a fairly intelligent and well-read electronics engineer, but I prefer articles that actually add something to my sum total of knowledge. It begs the question, what did the 'author' actually contribute to this?

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