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"Miniscule" power?
frankvh   5/26/2016 11:22:34 AM
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Sounds like an interesting chip, and it's great they're seeing success with it.  But how can 64 mA receive current ever be considered "miniscule"?  At those current levels I'm assuming we're not talking about CR2032 coin cells here. Probably more like LiPo battery packs that need regular recharging? Does anyone know?

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