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Eric Vittoz, Swiss Laboratory for Watch Research

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See First-Hand History of Eric Vittoz and his role with the Swiss Laboratory for Watch Research made available to the public for the GHN in the Solid-State Circuits Magazine Summer 2008. Titled "The Electronic Watch and Low-Power Circuits."

Aoneill14:53, 12 May 2011

Fascinating story, 20 May 2011