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sensor pro
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Re: Great idea
sensor pro   6/28/2011 4:49:49 PM
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I forgot to add that this suite now includes acompiler. I wish other Arm and Cortex guys would do the same. It is a shame to waste $1000.00 to $5000.00 for a tool that allows to use their product.

On the other hand it is a great marketing move that will helps lots of designers.

 

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Interesting...
Jack Rupert, PE   6/28/2011 1:44:02 PM
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Interesting product suite.  I know of quite a few application that stayed away from going embedded because of fear of the driver issues.

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Great idea
Charles Murray   6/28/2011 1:25:53 PM
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Communications between sensors and MCUs is an ever-present challenge. Hats off to Atmel for actually recognizing this.

sensor pro
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AVR studio 5
sensor pro   6/28/2011 11:10:54 AM
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Great product and very helpful. i use the studio in its various versions for about 4 years. Super easy to use, and now with the addition of these drivers we are able to change some characteristics directly from the suite.

Great. Thanks again.



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