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Ever since its inception in 1972 by Gerard G. Leeds, EETimes has been serving the engineering community with a dedicated passion for the industry. EETimes delivers the latest news, articles, special reports, and features to cover every facet of today’s challenging and disruptive technologies, software, and components.

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