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2013 MEMS Executive Congress Preview

This week, Fish Fry has MEMS on the brain. Our guest is none other than MEMS powerhouse Karen Lightman. In an exclusive 2013 MEMS Executive Congress preview, Karen and I chat about what exciting technologies will be discussed at this year’s event and how you can get your MEMS-enabled design in front of a special audience of executives from around the world. Also this week, we check out the newest in battery management techniques and investigate why your next battery-powered device design could benefit from a little battery monitoring. 

This week’s nerdy giveaway is an Arduino Due Kit courtesy of Newark element14. Enter today!

 


Enter to win an Arduino Due courtesy of Newark element14


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Links for September 27, 2013

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New episode of Chalk Talk – Battery Management Solutions

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