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Part IV: Standards-Based vs. Proprietary Wireless Implementations

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sempaiscuba   12/22/2014 4:42:24 PM
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Another great session. Lots of interesting content. I just wish the audio was available for download.

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sempaiscuba   12/22/2014 4:06:59 PM
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About to be involved with an academic embedded design project.

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sempaiscuba   12/22/2014 4:05:03 PM
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bayeriii   12/12/2013 3:06:50 PM
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hello

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2845   1/22/2013 6:35:07 AM
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thank you

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good

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sgalecki   1/18/2013 11:58:51 AM
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HW R&D, medical devices

 

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AriQue   1/18/2013 11:06:52 AM
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HW/SW R&D Engineer

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Good morning from San Jose, CA

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