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Preparing for next-gen loss requirements, part 2.
A review of tracking methodology choices to address challenges of environmental factors such as light and the prerequisite of fixed visual features.
Don’t be afraid of the ground.
New hole formation technologies and low-cost low-loss materials are needed.
Model-based enterprise initiatives often ignore electronics.
How the ECAD giant’s integration into Siemens is shaping up.
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For decades, researchers have considered the potential for cooling hot electronic devices by blowing on them with high-speed air jets.
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