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Altium Design Competition runner up: Building an in-car MP3 player using NanoBoard

6/23/2009 11:00 PM EDT
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re: Altium Design Competition runner up: Building an in-car MP3 player using NanoBoard
dexkid   7/5/2009 12:59:34 PM
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Nice article Doug! Next time please write up on how one can manage to juggle the family time with a side project like this. :) -Vishal

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