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  Los Gatos,  United States    Website

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1-408-395-5300

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Roving's energetic team of employees incorporates an engineering team with decades of experience in embedded systems and wireless Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology. Roving Networks boasts a remarkably diverse customer base from Fortune 500 companies to individual hobbyists. Roving's products can be found in smartphone accessories, sensors, fleet management systems, asset tracking tags, home controllers, and medical devices amongst many other segments.

Roving Networks sets itself apart in the wireless industry with a full range of compact modules, serial adapters, and custom products. We specialize in high quality, low power, incredibly easy-to-use, certified Bluetooth and Wi-Fi modules. Roving’s robust technology ensures “drop in” solutions for the OEM customer, greatly reducing development cycles and improving time to market.
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Lots of versatility and functionality packed into this @Hackaday Prize PIC24 MCU-based, Python-powered lab tool http://t.co/L75rKA7BhH
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MASTERs 2015: Get inspired to innovate with PIC® MCUs and Core Independent Peripherals http://t.co/P1R9UhA154 http://t.co/gl2pBXFaau
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#MCHPvideo: Industry-leading accuracy - analog front ends for the next generation of smart meters and power monitors http://t.co/EIMZA8ZxC0
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#MCHPvideo: New Microchip Minutes series shows how easy it is to quickly build applications with 8-bit PIC® MCUs http://t.co/1fIK2KV1az
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Low-power, feature-rich, long-lifecycle embedded controllers for a wide range of design needs: http://t.co/MW6TNekiAW http://t.co/DGQyp4jezr
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RT @MarkAtMicrochip: .@SpikenzieLabs Hey, I bought this kit *before* I knew there was a @MicrochipTech part on it. Thanks so much for using…
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Save $45: 4.3” 480 x 272 Graphics Display Board for creating 16-/32-bit MCU-based applications http://t.co/ah6AOi7pkQ http://t.co/nH8m38JvHq
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Video: @Elektor stopped by our booth at Embedded World 2015 to get an update on MPLAB® X IDE http://t.co/VYaFnPvBJB
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Let Microchip help you cook something up. Check out our Induction Cooktop Reference Design: http://t.co/La5VDGayZt http://t.co/ZOji6jX1T8
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#MCHPvideo: Crystal-free USB keypad reference design features mTouch® technology, is driven by single PIC16F1459 MCU http://t.co/CYke47vYLz
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MASTERs 2015: Learn how to quickly and easily add motion/position sensing to your design http://t.co/1th8nNuVhk http://t.co/oA0MS00ng1
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MTCH6303 provides advanced multi-touch and gesture solution for touch screens up to 10” http://t.co/ulyv0gevft http://t.co/FoHMAvk29F
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6 days ago
@PriorPhotog Sounds like an interesting project. Looking forward to seeing some updates on your progress.
#MCHPvideo: Just how fast are our 1.8V low-power 16-Mbit Serial Quad I/O™ (SQI™) SuperFlash® Memory devices? http://t.co/JXpbfdt55h
Thank you Avnet, Platinum Sponsor, for generous support of MASTERs 2015. Visit their website: http://t.co/cw6KO3xYlf http://t.co/6Th5AtYSug
Travel back to the 1980s! Retro @Hackaday Prize entry is simple DIY game controller that uses a PIC24EP512GP202 MCU: http://t.co/6NKQi0WUYo

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