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Content posted in April 2012
Do new technologies ease small-scale product innovation?
Analog Design  
4/18/2012   11 comments
PC-based simulation and tools, manufacturing setups, and production equipment mean that it is easier to develop lower-volume products.
When an unanticipated failure mode leaves you puzzled
Analog Design  
4/12/2012   36 comments
It's not that my CFL died—it's how it went which has me worried
Sorry, folks, there is no 'magic bullet' solution here
Analog Design  
4/4/2012   16 comments
It takes lots of detail work to turn even brilliant ideas into reality




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