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February 1, 2013 by Fred Kozlof, general manager, Conec Corp.

Clarifying the misconceptions of filter connectors

Filter connectors are a misunderstood product for many components engineers today. The lack of understanding is the result of the fact, that filter connectors are seldom on the ‘what’s new’ headlines and because most engineers don’t think they need them

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January 1, 2013 by Ila Pal, VP marketing, Ironwood Electronics Inc.

Socket technology simplifies functional testing

Introduction Today’s electronic packages have high clock speeds (multi GHz range), fine pin densities (below 0.4mm pitch) and high pin counts (over 1000). When these packages assembled onto a printed circuit board (pcb), they perform certain functions at certain speed.

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January 1, 2013 by Paul Semenza, analyst, NPD DisplaySearch

Big changes in small displays

Small and medium sized displays (9 inches and smaller in diagonal) are used widely in a variety of medical and industrial equipment, as well as transportation and other infrastructure. Because these applications represent a small fraction of the demand for

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January 1, 2013 by Tom Lee Ph.D., chief education officer, Quanser Inc., Markham ON

Bringing the real world into the undergraduate lab

At the annual NIWeek Conference in Austin, the Canadian control systems hardware company Quanser and the technology giant National Instruments (NI) demonstrated a series of new products that streamlines the hardware and software tool chain for control systems applications in

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January 1, 2013 by Riley Phipps, Value Plastics Inc., a Nordson Company

Plastic connectors benefit critical laboratory, industrial applications

Industrial and laboratory OEM designers are constantly being challenged to come up with more versatile, user-friendly, light weight and cost-effective product solutions for their equipment and instrumentation. An important component in this design process is the selection of tubing connectors

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January 1, 2013 by EP&T Magazine

Wireless power transmission makes electronic devices mobile

Recent advancements in wireless power transmission technology and research efforts to improve its performance and reliability have popularized wireless chargers among users of smartphones and other mobile electronics. By charging devices without wires and cords, the technology can address the