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NASA's 'whole' in one
Analog Design  
5/28/2008   Post a comment
On Sunday 25th May, NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander made a successful touch down on flat terrain on the Martian arctic plain. It is an amazing achievement by any standards. Forget the World Cup - autonomously landing an awkward bug-shaped vehicle on uncertain terrain, over 33,900,000 miles away, makes the most legendary of football goals look like child's play.
Fueling my basestation fears
Analog Design  
5/20/2008   Post a comment
I had a conversation today with a man on an energy saving mission who has fuelled my concern for basestation inefficiency ...
Donning the green mantle
Analog Design  
5/9/2008   Post a comment
A couple of opportunities to compete in 'green design' competitions were announced this week. Distributor Farnell has announced its second annual international green design challenge.




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