All posts in: LPC microcontrollers

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Independence Week at Tenet Technetronics

It’s time to celebrate that we as a nation are about to celebrate the 69th Independence Day on August 15th! On our part we are doing our best to offer dedicated discounts on various ranges of product lines. Feel like adding some new goodies to ...

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Buy any Development board and get a GPIO board for just Rs99

We may have used many basic circuits but a ready to use Input and Output circuits are always important to experiment with any microcontroller. Now buy any Development boards from Tenet Technetronics and get a Universal GPIO board for just Rs99. The ...

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Warm Winter Sale upto 40% in Tenet Technetronics stores

The Chilling Winter season has arrived but this year’s winter will not be cold and shivering. Tenet Technetronics is giving a Warm Winter Sale blanket on all the products in Tenet Stores for the whole month from 5th December to 1st of January ...

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Arduino compatible Sim300 GSM Module @ Tenet Technetronics

This is a plug and play GSM Modem with a simple serial interface. Using this we can send SMS, receive SMS and do other GSM operations by controlling through simple AT commands from the micro-controllers and computers. It uses highly popular SIM300 ...

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ARM Workshop @ Tenet Technetronics…

As i indicated in my previous posts we are working on a lot of exciting workshops and training programs for the month of August. Finally we are ready to host the ARM workshop at Tenet Varsity. It’s been a while since we hosted a new workshop ...

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I2C with LPCXpresso

Engineers start young these days.  One of the most common communication buses in the world, and hence one that should be well understood by prospective engineers, is the I2C bus.  It may not be as well known as USB or Ethernet, but much of our ...

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Difference between ARM Cortex-M3 LPC1769 microcontroller and ARM7TDMI LPC2148 microcontroller.

  For ARM7TDMI-S users in the embedded market, the Cortex-M3 processors offer a much superior alternative, enabling tomorrow’s embedded applications by delivering more features at a lower cost, increasing connectivity, better code reuse, and ...