Wireless: Sensors everywhere
Joy Weiss, Ross Yu and Jonathan Simon explore the advantages of low-power wireless sensor networks
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PC-Based Automation: Industrial imPACt
James Okpeh explains how programmable automation controllers are meeting the demands of modern industrial applications
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Systems on Chip: Game changer
Rob Green explains why the move to ever-higher definition video and audio content means broadcasters and other infrastructure providers are striving to keep up with rapidly changing standards while still delivering the content their subscribers demand
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Military & Aerospace: EMC minefield
Jean-Louis Evans looks at the difficulties in achieving electromagnetic compatibility when integrating military and commercial off-the-shelf products into complex military systems
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Embedded Curmudgeon: Class acts
Chris Hills, our embedded curmudgeon, looks at different routes to information enlightenment
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Medical Electronics: eXtra power
Willie Chan explains how advanced point-of-load regulators can improve medical imaging
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Medical Electronics: Express delivery
James Wang explains why Com Express has become the standard for quality medical devices
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Instrumentation: Chicken or egg?
Instruments based on FPGAs can provide the ideal way to design FPGA-based products. Howard Venning explains why
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Kiosks & Point of Sale: Selling points
Steve Rogerson examines the technology trends that are causing problems for the manufacturers of kiosks and point of sale equipment
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Embedded Curmudgeon: Think before you post
Chris Hills, our embedded curmudgeon, muses on writing without thinking, asking without looking, on how what should be permanent is all too often transitory and how what should be transitory has become permanent
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