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re: Freescale expands portfolio of low-power microcontrollers for IoT
Robotics Developer   6/7/2013 3:04:37 AM
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I am looking at a blank page? Is there an issue with the article or has my Internet of Things got disconnected?

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SCHAKRABORTY152   6/7/2013 9:58:33 AM
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re: Freescale expands portfolio of low-power microcontrollers for IoT
Robotics Developer   6/8/2013 2:30:32 AM
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I like the idea of wearable wireless devices. I am thinking heart rate, O2 levels, respiration rates, etc while exercising would be a nice use of the technology. Small, light, long battery life come in very handy for these types of applications. I wonder if these could be used for a secure dog or cat collar? Putting one on a loved pet and providing some basic tracking would be nice but I am thinking that would require some sort of infrastructure.



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