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re: Packaging, low power & custom MEMS process place Invensense at the top in 6-axis motion sensing
docdivakar   7/12/2012 6:36:46 PM
Here are some of the missing links in the article: Bosch Sensortec’s 6-axis IMU (BMI055) link InvenSense recently began a shuttle program called the “NF-Shuttle” (link). MP Divakar

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