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Scotty Power
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Scotty Power   1/24/2011 5:05:05 PM
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above e-mail address should read: hprf-dc@nxp.com - you would have guessed that much already :)

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Scotty Power   1/24/2011 5:04:17 PM
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Sure you can participate! The challenge is global - we do not exclude any region or country. The only difficulty might arise upon shipping material into ITAR-embargoed countries; in these cases we need more information and statements of use. If you are living in one of these countries, please contact us for details. (hprf-dec@nxp.com)

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Scotty Power   1/24/2011 4:58:47 PM
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I cannot be sure what happened - i don't recollect anything like "sample stops" in the years ago. What sometimes happens, though, is that samples are in short supply and cannot be shipped immediately. Having said this, rest assured that we have a decent stock to supply the HPRF-DC!

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SagarNomula   1/20/2011 7:08:20 AM
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hi please tell designers outside us can also participate? if yes I am in?

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JanineLove   1/17/2011 12:03:08 AM
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Let me know if you win!

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Sanjib.A   1/14/2011 8:18:48 AM
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This kind of design contests really help in gathering innovative ideas from the engineers around the globe (Participants outside US are allowed to take part in this contest?). I am interested to know what happens to those one or two greatest ideas winning the contest. I believe the organizing company holds all the rights of those designs...correct? What do they usually do with them? Do the winners have any stake in them?

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yalanand   1/13/2011 11:06:52 AM
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Thanks NXP. Definitely will Participate. I will discuss ideas with my friends before posting my idea.

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Sheetal.Pandey   1/13/2011 4:26:31 AM
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Great initiative by NXP. There are many engineers who needs this support.

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agk   1/13/2011 1:52:16 AM
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A good deed by NXP to make the brains work and bring out the hidden talents !

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jackinthe box   1/13/2011 1:18:10 AM
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Hmmm. Do you know what is the problem? Four years ago nxp stopped sampling. They blocked their web page. Suddenly the RF designers switched to different resources. That's it.

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