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This second issue extensively covers Dynamic Simulation. The first part of cover story highlights the case study of a group, researching at Control Engineering Laboratory of University of Twente on a passive Dynamic walking robot viz. Dribbel ‘a 2D biped’. The second part consist of a practical project carried out at the Maritime Research Institute Netherlands (Marin) for Machine control using feedforward, enhancing the positioning and tracking substantially.

In technology focus we will concentrate on SOI as breakthrough technology, taking an upturn from niche to mainstream. This issue will also show some diversified applications like DFT scan generator, modeling of fluid power systems and antenna placement problems and analysis on military platforms.

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Strategic Alliance

Completion of Dynamic Simulation and Modeling Training
Training report held in Bangkok, Thailand

Cover Story

Dribbel 10kg. Robot Walking on 16 Penlites
Read about energy efficient human walking robot

Improved Machine Performance with Feedforward Control Technology
Know how simple techniques of FF control can improve your system performace


DFT Core Insertion for Digital Circuits using Microwind
Application note on design of DFT core generator for testability

RF Radiation Hazard and Antenna Placement Analysis on Military Platform
Know about antenna placement problems with this application note

Modeling and Simulation of Fluid Power Systems with 20-sim
Application note on how 20-sim software can help in design fluid systems


Using SystemC and SystemCrafter to Implement Data Encryption
Know how SystemC & SystemCrafter helps in fast & efficient prototyping


Silicon on Insulator
Paradigm Shift from Niche to Mainstream Technology


Speeding up Design Cycles with Mode Matching Software
Overview of MICIAN software for modeling EM designs

MentorDSP - Interactive Teaching Aid for DSP
Get to know about entirely new way of learning DSP