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ARM Cortex M3 Workshop @ Tenet Technetronics on 18th and 19th of February 2017

Hey Fellas,

            Tenet Technetronics is hosting an ARM Cortex M3 Workshop/Training event this month of Feb, 18th and 19th. Here, we have come with the syllabus which is designed with the proportionate mixture of theory as well as practical sessions. In this workshop one will be completely exposed to ARM cortex M3 hardware Specs, different peripherals, I/Os and Programming Environment.

             The workshop consists of 4 sessions spread across two days with each session of 3 hours. This workshop would definitely be helpful for beginners as well as for experts in the field of embedded electronics. 

          So hurry up and enroll yourself for this amazing training experience by contacting our training and workshop team at or contact @ 9900025020.

             We also host training events on Software Defined Radio (SDR), Raspberry Pi, PSoC, Arduino, IoT and many more…

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