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re: Bringing 32-bit performance to industrial and automotive applications
t.alex   11/15/2010 3:00:01 PM
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I believe certain applications like car stereo will be best fit with a 32-bit microcontrollers. However, for controlling applications such as power inverter, white goods, a 16-bit with decent flash size can do? a 32-bit might be overkill with so much ROM and RAM to waste.

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