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4/9/2014

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Freescale's Concept Car with infotainment, dewarping HUD by i.MX6 series applications processor; Qorivva MCU providing Ethernet, CAN, and Lin gateways and cluster and camera (also i.MX6); S12 MCU and analog ASICs provide battery managment and motor control.  (EE Times/Susan Rambo)
Freescale's Concept Car with infotainment, dewarping HUD by i.MX6 series applications processor; Qorivva MCU providing Ethernet, CAN, and Lin gateways and cluster and camera (also i.MX6); S12 MCU and analog ASICs provide battery managment and motor control.
(EE Times/Susan Rambo)

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Wireless blood pressure monitor
junko.yoshida   4/9/2014 8:16:15 PM
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Making a blood pressure monitor wireless is a great idea. Further, the data sent to the smartphone needs to get out of one's handset to the doctor's office. Looking forward to the progress.

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