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10/19/2010 05:29 PM EDT
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re: Xtrinsic sensors trigger satellite airbags
selinz   10/19/2010 7:38:27 PM
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Better yet, check out http://www.amaa.de/previous/amaa_2005/presentations2005/01-02-02_Reze.pdf

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re: Xtrinsic sensors trigger satellite airbags
selinz   10/19/2010 7:03:43 PM
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To see something that's real as opposed to a cartoon, see http://memsblog.wordpress.com/2009/08/03/chipworks-looks-inside-the-freescale-harmems-process/ How it works is a bit more clear when loooking at the SEM...

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