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Texas Instruments AFE4300 front-end solution

8/2/2012 11:10 PM EDT
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re: Texas Instruments AFE4300 front-end solution
agk   8/20/2012 11:55:36 AM
This chip will make designers work much easier with more reliability.A new product which could be positioned at all the shopping centers can be made with this chip. This one added with a voice synthesizer to speak out the results measured by this chip like the weight,body composition parameters result and the height can be announced.Also with extra circuits a SMS of all these information can be sent to their phones.

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