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Origin 8 Windows-based data analysis and graphing software from OriginLab Corp., Northampton, MA, has been named NTB's Product of the Month for July. The software operates around a revamped workbook space, which allows results of an analysis to be placed into a worksheet within the raw data's workbook. Parameter values, statistics, and related analysis graphs are available whenever looking at the original data. A new multi-sheet workbook feature keeps all related data, analyses, and graphs together. Sheets can be moved, added, inserted, or deleted. Workbooks in the new version also contain a new feature that allows users to embed graphs and images within cells to create a custom report. Click here for more info.

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An electromagnetic actuator is a highly sensitive motion control device that employs more reliable and cleaner electromagnetic technologies to replace slower, less precise, larger, noisier, and environmentally unfriendly hydraulic omponents. This patented technology uses an armature in the form of a piston that moves on its own slide bearing rings. Fully sealed construction allows the actuators to operate underwater, in a vacuum, or in a hostile or sterile environment.

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Transparent Transistors



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New ET Advertisers

This monthly review lets you "meet" the new advertisers appearing in Embedded Technology. Here's a sneak peek at the products, services, and offers available from July's first-time advertisers: Tri-M Engineering (Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada) offers the HE104+DX 108-watt high-efficiency PC/104+ power supply with a 6V to 40V DC input range, along with other embedded power solutions.

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Embedded Technology (ET) magazine features board-level electronics and COTS solutions for design engineers, as well as a variety of product offerings. Embedded applications and technologies that use various communications options such as ZigBee and WiFi need to be secured against the same problems inherent in any other networked application. In the July issue of Embedded Technology, Timothy Stapko of Rabbit Semiconductor talks about the unique challenges found in securing embedded applications that are not found in personal computing or consumer applications, including hardening devices against physical attacks.

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Technology Business Briefs

Novel Nano-Structured Concept for Thermal Protection System Lightweight carbon-carbon (C/C) composites produced by pressure-assisted co-polymerization of carbon fibers, hydrocarbons and fullerenes have excellent mechanical properties and high thermal stability that make them ideal for thermal protection applications. Click here for more info.

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Have a Screw Loose?



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