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Member Since: December 10, 2012
Blog Posts: 6
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posted in January 2014

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Comment: Re: FPGA SEU - DrFPGA - 1/29/2014
Comment: What a fun design! - DrFPGA - 1/25/2014
Comment: Hardware is Easy - DrFPGA - 1/25/2014
Comment: DPA Resistance? - DrFPGA - 1/25/2014
Comment: Windmill Power - DrFPGA - 1/25/2014
Comment: Dr Who - DrFPGA - 1/25/2014
Comment: More Please - DrFPGA - 1/24/2014
Comment: More Please - DrFPGA - 1/24/2014
Comment: 4M Units at $500 Each? - DrFPGA - 1/24/2014
Comment: A Long Wait - DrFPGA - 1/23/2014
Comment: Re: a win/win? - DrFPGA - 1/23/2014
Comment: Just Like Chess - DrFPGA - 1/23/2014
Comment: Let's Start a Pool - DrFPGA - 1/18/2014
Comment: Re: Full Disclosure - DrFPGA - 1/18/2014
Comment: Re: Full Disclosure - DrFPGA - 1/16/2014
Comment: I can't wait - DrFPGA - 1/16/2014
Comment: Hope we get an update - DrFPGA - 1/16/2014
Comment: Thanx Max - DrFPGA - 1/16/2014

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