Sen Tech R&D division is offering comprehensive project guidance and training. Our programs are unique with state-of-the-art tools. We provide training and education with a professionally trained staff that deliver fundamental courses and highly specialized programs to enable individuals to meet the challenges in the embedded market. We have fully computer lab with advanced testing equipments like in-circuit-simulators, ICD’s, emulators, storage oscilloscopes etc. Quality training is given to the young and the aspiring in both theory and practical, by our dedicated R&D engineers. This enables the student to meet the challenges in embedded systems and related technologies and make them more productive and innovative. The company issues certificates to the candidates after the successful completion of the training/project.
Training In Microcontroller (8-Bit/16-Bit/32-Bit):
This Integrative Training program is a 36-hour advanced training course designed for anyone needing a solid foundation for understanding the embedded systems and principles of embedded programming. Training is given in any popular 8-bit ,16-bit or 32-bit ARM processor based microcontroller (Philips,Microchip, Atmel etc). The programming is done using Assembly Language(ALP). The Training Course is a combination of lecture and hands-on lab exercises designed to provide functional understanding and use of embedded products. The class size is limited to a maximum of 10 attendees, so that each attendee can be sure to receive the attention necessary to understand the course content. Convenient class timings can be arranged.
PCB Design Traning
Sen tech for top notch PCB Training. You come here or we go to your location at your convenience. We can show you, from a real users point of view.
- Schematic creation method.
- Component details.
- Library management.
- Checking DRC.
- Creating Net list.
- Checking BOM.
- Creating a new part and save it into library.
- Placing components.
- Manual routing method.
- Track width & outline.
- Replacing the footprint.
- Creating new footprint and load it into library.
- Auto routing method, Copper pour techniques.
- Double side (or) nullity layer method.
- Creating jumper and vias techniques.
- Final touch of PCB design.
- Manufacturing data issues.