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Freescale Tower Trivia contest

Posted on Wednesday, April 25th, 2012 in contest, dev boards by the machinegeek


You may be familiar with the Tower modular development system by Freescale. The Tower system consists of a family of MCU, sensor, RF and related modules which assemble into a cube-like structure through the use of side bus support panels which carry power and signals between modules. Freescale is currently conducting a Tower trivia contest to test your knowledge about their 50+ available modules. Freescale says:

With more than 50 development modules in Freescale’s growing Tower System portfolio, there may be a few things that you don’t know about our award-winning modular development platform. Now’s your chance to find out, so get ready to put your knowledge to the test!

Every week — 10 weeks in all — we’ll open a new Tower Trivia contest with a question about one of our modules. Correctly answer the trivia question and you’ll be automatically entered into the weekly drawing to win a Tower System module.

The correct Tower Trivia answer is that week’s prize — one of our 50 modules.

Check out Freescale’s Tower Trivia webpage for official rules.

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