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_hm
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re: Linear Tech moves to integrate Dust Nets' wireless sensors
_hm   7/20/2012 2:34:20 AM
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Very interesting product range from Dust. LTC has nice product range for energy harvesting. Together, we will find very nice system level solution.

GREAT-Terry
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re: Linear Tech moves to integrate Dust Nets' wireless sensors
GREAT-Terry   7/20/2012 1:27:53 AM
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I think Dust Networks will only focus on WirelessHART and the 6LowPAN systems rather than Zigbee.

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re: Linear Tech moves to integrate Dust Nets' wireless sensors
dblaza1   7/19/2012 9:15:54 PM
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Dust was a hugely strategic buy for LT, to me its a signpost to how important sensors are going to be over the next decade



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