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“Also of Interest” and “Elementals” for November 26, 2007

Each week, the Planet Analog section of the print version of EETimes features two small text boxes, entitled “Also of Interest” and “Elementals”, in addition to one or two feature articles, an editor's column, and new products. Each of these boxes cites items from publications outside the Planet Analog and EETimes portfolio. The first box highlights a few items of general interest to the engineer, while the second highlights some basic and tutorial electronic-engineering material.

In this week's print edition (November 26, 2007) you'll see:

Also of Interest
–Really understand and model a piezo-driven printhead, and get double the print speed:
“Better Printheads Via Simulation,” Desktop Engineering, October 2007
–Student-built submarines vie for bragging rights in this year's international robotics competition:
“Unmanned, underwater, and on a mission,” Machine Design, September 27, 2007

–After proving two-mode full hybrid technology in transit buses, GM has put it in two large SUVs:
“Two modes are better than one for heavy-duty hybrids,” Machine Design, September 27, 2007

–Untether monitoring and control in the design of short-range wireless links:
‘Do-It-Yourself Wireless Design,” Electronic Design, September 13, 2007
–Nonlinear effects in both active and passive components can help reduce IMD and resulting interference:
“Reviewing The Basics Of Intermodulation Distortion,” Microwaves & RF, September 2007
–The effects of impedance matching and switch quality in accurate and repeatable measurements with an RF/microwave test system:
“Evaluate Test System Impedance Matching And Switch Quality,” Microwaves & RF, September 2007

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