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DESIGN West: Microchip boosts connectivity for embedded

4/23/2013 00:40 AM EDT
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Robotics Developer   4/23/2013 2:07:57 PM
I like the direction that Microchip is taking with adding more wireless options. I would love to try the MiWi wireless system (just like the name) and wonder what the latency and if there are multiple channels possible. I can see now that I will need to go look it up on Microchip's website. Does anyone have experience using the MiWi?

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