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sharps_eng   8/22/2011 10:04:16 PM
A blog about tackling a class project not very successfully - but not a proper article. Initially used simulation tools and then right at the end, (like they ran out of time) - real hardware. A blog is a blog, not all blogs are articles. Nicely presented, but no credits found. Publishing project notes as an article is misleading, a waste of reading time, unfortunately.

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