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Fifty ways to use an STM32 MCU

Jim Farrell
12/3/2010 12:34 PM EST

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lyndonwhite
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re: Fifty ways to use an STM32 MCU
lyndonwhite   12/28/2010 2:39:19 PM
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i wish i could reach the 200m mark for my next dive. __________________ http://www.blendtecreview.com/blendtec-total-blender-review/

JIM.FARRELL
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JIM.FARRELL   12/10/2010 12:26:37 AM
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Thanks John. Yes, I plan on continuing "geezer diving". I now restrict my diving to 120 feet or less, no Nitrox or exotic gases. Also, I only dive the Palenque, Kona and the Great Barrier - all very warm water. I get by 4 mil vest. - Jim PS - The Kona manta night dive is "must do".

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John R. Strohm   12/7/2010 3:15:38 PM
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Jim, here's something to keep in mind if you continue diving. A shell drysuit, with appropriate undergarments, will keep you comfortable in a MUCH wider range of water temperatures, restrict your motion less, *AND* is a lot easier to get on and off than a wetsuit. I speak from personal experience here. The first time I dove a drysuit, I realized then and there that I'd never dive a foam neoprene wetsuit ever again.

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jnhong   12/7/2010 3:53:40 AM
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ST has a version of this contest for Europe-Middle East-Africa.

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wswbln   12/6/2010 10:35:00 AM
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And international readers of EE Times beware: "THIS CONTEST IS OPEN ONLY TO RESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES" :-(

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John.Bell_#1   12/4/2010 9:57:14 AM
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Read the contest rules. By entering you give all rights to anything you submit to ST for use in any way they choose for any purpose they desire without compensating you beyond the listed prizes. Even if you don't win anything. Submitter beware.

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