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Texas Instruments enters the BAW resonator technology realm
3/2/2019

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Employing TI's CC2652RB, a multi-standard MCU with on-board BAW clocking architecture in a single package (Image courtesy of Texas Instruments)

Employing TI’s CC2652RB, a multi-standard MCU with on-board BAW clocking architecture in a single package (Image courtesy of Texas Instruments)

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DavidHamilton
DavidHamilton
4/3/2019 3:13:24 AM
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Texas Instruments is a very well established components and tools manufacturer so I think it's great to see them building out and expanding into more system and components with this. Thank you for always updating us on their movements - it's good to be able to come here and see what's the latest and greatest!

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