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ST launches market's smallest 3-axis analog gyroscope

3/26/2011 04:32 PM EDT
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colin.holland
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colin.holland   3/28/2011 4:00:15 PM
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The hint is in the text: Housed inside an ultra-small 4x4x1mm3 package!

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cjb80   3/28/2011 2:44:53 PM
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Assuming that the picture shown is to scale, it looks like the chip is about a meter wide.

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t.alex   3/27/2011 12:15:40 AM
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Market's smallest? How small is this IC?

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