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Electronica: Freescale auto push ranges from radar to MCU

11/13/2012 04:27 PM EST
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re: Electronica: Freescale auto push ranges from radar to MCU
oemcargps   3/2/2013 2:05:49 AM
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yes,i agree with ddiamond.the technology is advancing so quickly.i will keep an eyes on this unit.http://www.oemcargps.com

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re: Electronica: Freescale auto push ranges from radar to MCU
ddiamond   11/14/2012 12:10:18 PM
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Freescale and Continental AG - interesting. I look forward to seeing what difference the quad-core 32-bit microcontroller will make overall. Technology is advancing so quickly - it's good to see autopart companies like Freescale and Continental and indeed Continental' largest single shareholder The Schaeffler Group staying ahead of the game in difficult times. I just hope that they continue to keep a watchful eye on costing as people's pockets get smaller !!

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