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Charles Murray
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Re: 2-axis Magnetic Sensor
Charles Murray   7/16/2013 7:45:23 PM
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Al, what would the advantage of this be over a traditional Hall Effect technology in an automotive crankshaft applicication?

apresher
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2-axis Magnetic Sensor
apresher   7/16/2013 2:31:32 PM
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Very interesting new technology. Will be interesting to see what types of applications develop, and how quickly.

taimoortariq
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Re: Neat new sensor
taimoortariq   7/16/2013 1:09:31 PM
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It is great to see companies playing there role and contributing towards the green world. And also with such low powered specifications it is definetly going to make its way to the market, attracting companies on integerated solutions that require low powered high performance devices.

naperlou
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Neat new sensor
naperlou   7/16/2013 10:52:04 AM
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The sensor world keeps getting more sophicated.  With MEMS manufacturing techniques and very low power electronics products like this will continue to advance the field.



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