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I’m a long time subscriber and I
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up. Thanks for the new size format.
Everyone else said it better than I
would, but I still wanted to add my,
“Me too.” Thanks for getting rid of
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Keep up the great work. I can’t
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San Diego, CA
Congratulations go to
of San Francisco, CA.
Ron is the winner
of the TOM TOM
GPS Navigation System.
I've read your Personal Robotics
columns on the Zigbee development
boards and I'm looking at using the
Panasonic version (due to the size of
Did you use the BDM hardware
or just the serial port? If you just used
the serial port, how did you get the
module into bootloader mode?
Thanks for your help.
Writer Response: The Zigbee
boards we used in the articles were,
as you know, manufactured by
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