Week 29 February - 6 March 2004

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Rosetta relies on lithium-ion batteries

AEA Battery Systems headed to the sky once again this week, as the European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft started its mission to become the first to enter a comet's orbit and land on its surface.

News from AEA Battery Systems, 5 March 2004

Powder cores boost choke performance

A new range of storage inductors and differential-mode suppression chokes use high-energy-storage Hi-Flux powder cores to achieve the highest inductance in minimum size.

News from Almag Division, Carnhill Transformers, 5 March 2004

MeriTech adds Korean dimension to ARM training

ARM has expanded its Approved Training Centre (ATC) Programme with the addition of MeriTech, based in Yangjae-dong, Seoul, Korea.

News from ARM, 5 March 2004

Microcontrollers turn to motor control

Microchip has expanded its product range for the electronic motor control market with a new PIC microcontroller, the PIC16F716, and three new MPLAB-compatible development tools.

News from Microchip Technology, 5 March 2004

Web-based design centre aids motor control

The Microchip Motor Control Design Centre aims to assist engineers in adding electronic control to their motor-driven products.

News from Microchip Technology, 5 March 2004

Polyester films are key for the force

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GPS Developments, a switch panel manufacturer, was recently commissioned to produce switch panels for a communication system for the Metropolitan Police.

News from Autotype, 5 March 2004

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Bluetooth v1.2 certified mobile is a first

A notebook PC using CSR BlueCore silicon has become the first end-user product to be qualified to version 1.2 of the Bluetooth specification.

News from Cambridge Silicon Radio, 5 March 2004

Gel-based tooling speeds setup times

Speedline Technologies' new Gel-Flex tooling is a revolutionary new MPM conformal board support system, available in the UK, Ireland and Benelux exclusively from Contax.

News from Contax, 5 March 2004

APEX recognition for Via Fill process

The IPC Association has recently commended DEK's technological advances with its new Via Fill process.

News from DEK, 5 March 2004

Cost cutting pays off for Durswitch

Duraswitch has revealed financial results for the quarter and year ended 31st December 2003.

News from Duraswitch, 5 March 2004

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