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DrFPGA
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re: ST adds 32-bit MCU to 9-axis inertial sensor
DrFPGA   2/25/2012 9:16:10 PM
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Now if we can just get it powered from energy harvesting from motion and/or e-fields that would be a great building block.

Paul911
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re: ST adds 32-bit MCU to 9-axis inertial sensor
Paul911   2/10/2012 1:02:23 AM
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Circuitcode, STMicro is europen and not US... In fact STMicro close down few of its fabs in US few years back... R&D mostly in euro and manufacuting mostly in asia.. dont see US in this equation..

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re: ST adds 32-bit MCU to 9-axis inertial sensor
Robotics Developer   2/9/2012 9:06:46 PM
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I would love to know what the cost will be? The size would be nice to know as well as is there a case? I could see this as a great building block for a robot navigation system. Can't wait to see them out!

Circuitcode
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re: ST adds 32-bit MCU to 9-axis inertial sensor
Circuitcode   2/9/2012 8:56:20 PM
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This product is an important innovative member of a "disruptive technology" group that is going to reinvent the American economy and bring back the "rags to riches" engineering garage shops - hang on to your hats folks - we are in for one heck of a ride - and Bravo to STMicro and all of the other U.S. Engineering Technology companies that are cleverly and bravely leading us into the next American Economic Boom.



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