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ST plots wireless MEMS roadmap

10/3/2012 09:43 AM EDT
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KevinAShaw
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KevinAShaw   10/10/2012 11:51:54 PM
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In the second to last paragraph, isn't "CH4" the same as "Methane"?!? Just wondering. Perhaps there is a typo here?

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Peter H. Chang   10/8/2012 12:22:30 AM
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To bypass the complex process and obstacles of clinical trials will definitely be an effective strategy to penetrate healthcare applications. I think lots of integration specialists will agree to the SIP solution including wireless is more effective approach to market than other fancy solutions like WLP. Dear editor, I think 'inertial' will make sense instead of the word 'ninertial' in the second paragraph.

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