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July 10, 2012 // Julien Happich
The combined July/August edition is now out in print, but you can also access our digital edition online. This month's focuses on Medical Electronics, Power Supplies and Programmable Logic will keep you up to date with our exciting industry.
Our special section on Medical Electronics covers some of the latest medical applications and offers design guidance to comply with stringent medical regulations.
Programmable Logic opens up new fields of application and sees OpenCL emerge as a new design standard.
Keep abreast of European innovation with our reports from IEEE Time Machine, Minalogic and CEA-Leti's annual review.
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