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Enter the STM32 Design Challenge

Jim Farrell
12/14/2010 02:50 PM EST

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Jagdish Bisawa
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re: Enter the STM32 Design Challenge
Jagdish Bisawa   12/18/2010 2:19:25 PM
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Hi, Thanks for the information. But others should also know that this contest is open only to the residents of USA.

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re: Enter the STM32 Design Challenge
Luis Sanchez   12/15/2010 2:21:01 AM
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Interesting contest. Let's see what I can do with my STM32F107 development board. This is a very complete dev board considering it includes CAN, Ethernet, USB host and on the go and serial ports. By the way, it's impressive that almost all chips are ST's as well as the the judges in this contest conincidence? just teasing... what will you submit?

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