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Content posted in July 2008
Will EU research contribution scoop recognition?
Analog Design  
7/29/2008   Post a comment
The Phoenix Mars Lander's robotic scoop may not be functioning as intended, but the CCD detector is proving its worth.
Mired in connection limbo
Analog Design  
7/18/2008   Post a comment
Great news about super fast broadband, but don't forget the service provision ...
The Panasonic Kurd
Analog Design  
7/3/2008   1 comment
TVs are on my mind, so in a footnote to my last posting, I thought I would just share something that amused me with you.
What digital switchover?
Analog Design  
7/3/2008   Post a comment
A report by the UK public accounts committee has highlighted that the British public isn't fully aware of the implications of the digital switchover, despite the fact that it has already started in some regions. I am not sure how much it cost to produce those conclusions, but dare I say it, I could have saved them the bother and the expense.

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