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Microcontroller Programming Training

The Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre (SIRDC) is running a training course on microcontroller programming from the 17th to the 19th of September 2014.

The training uses a practical based approach and will consist of mini projects which include
• Writing to an LCD
• UART communication (Interfacing with computer)
• Analogue to Digital Conversion (Temperature Controller)
• Interfacing with a keypad
• Timers and Counters
• Pulse width modulation ( Motor speed control)

Course fee will be $100 per participant and will include transport to and from town, teas and lunch.

Please confirm your interest by sending an email to pgandah@sirdc.ac.zw or nchitiyo@sirdc.ac.zw or echirere@sirdc.ac.zw or alternatively phone 04-860334 or 0773107449, 0772688032 or 0772878046.

To register, Please pay a deposit of $20 on or before the 12th of September 2014 at SIRDC
For further information please contact:
The Director: Electronics And Communications Institute of SIRDC
Cell 0774351853 ; Email:lmagombo@sirdc.ac.zw ;Website: www.sirdc.ac.zw


Microcontroller Programming Training

The Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre (SIRDC) is running a training course on microcontroller programming from the 17th to the 19th of September 2014.

The training uses a practical based approach and will consist of mini projects which include
• Writing to an LCD
• UART communication (Interfacing with computer)
• Analogue to Digital Conversion (Temperature Controller)
• Interfacing with a keypad
• Timers and Counters
• Pulse width modulation ( Motor speed control)

Course fee will be $100 per participant and will include transport to and from town, teas and lunch.

Please confirm your interest by sending an email to pgandah@sirdc.ac.zw or nchitiyo@sirdc.ac.zw or echirere@sirdc.ac.zw or alternatively phone 04-860334 or 0773107449, 0772688032 or 0772878046.

To register, Please pay a deposit of $20 on or before the 12th of September 2014 at SIRDC
For further information please contact:
The Director: Electronics And Communications Institute of SIRDC
Cell 0774351853 ; Email:lmagombo@sirdc.ac.zw ;Website: www.sirdc.ac.zw


Microcontroller Programming Training

The Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre (SIRDC) is running a training course on microcontroller programming from the 17th to the 19th of September 2014.

The training uses a practical based approach and will consist of mini projects which include
• Writing to an LCD
• UART communication (Interfacing with computer)
• Analogue to Digital Conversion (Temperature Controller)
• Interfacing with a keypad
• Timers and Counters
• Pulse width modulation ( Motor speed control)

Course fee will be $100 per participant and will include transport to and from town, teas and lunch.

Please confirm your interest by sending an email to pgandah@sirdc.ac.zw or nchitiyo@sirdc.ac.zw or echirere@sirdc.ac.zw or alternatively phone 04-860334 or 0773107449, 0772688032 or 0772878046.

To register, Please pay a deposit of $20 on or before the 12th of September 2014 at SIRDC
For further information please contact:
The Director: Electronics And Communications Institute of SIRDC
Cell 0774351853 ; Email:lmagombo@sirdc.ac.zw ;Website: www.sirdc.ac.zw


Microcontroller Programming Training

The Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre (SIRDC) is running a training course on microcontroller programming from the 17th to the 19th of September 2014.

The training uses a practical based approach and will consist of mini projects which include
• Writing to an LCD
• UART communication (Interfacing with computer)
• Analogue to Digital Conversion (Temperature Controller)
• Interfacing with a keypad
• Timers and Counters
• Pulse width modulation ( Motor speed control)

Course fee will be $100 per participant and will include transport to and from town, teas and lunch.

Please confirm your interest by sending an email to pgandah@sirdc.ac.zw or nchitiyo@sirdc.ac.zw or echirere@sirdc.ac.zw or alternatively phone 04-860334 or 0773107449, 0772688032 or 0772878046.

To register, Please pay a deposit of $20 on or before the 12th of September 2014 at SIRDC
For further information please contact:
The Director: Electronics And Communications Institute of SIRDC
Cell 0774351853 ; Email:lmagombo@sirdc.ac.zw ;Website: www.sirdc.ac.zw


Microcontroller Programming Training

The Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre (SIRDC) is running a training course on microcontroller programming from the 17th to the 19th of September 2014.

The training uses a practical based approach and will consist of mini projects which include
• Writing to an LCD
• UART communication (Interfacing with computer)
• Analogue to Digital Conversion (Temperature Controller)
• Interfacing with a keypad
• Timers and Counters
• Pulse width modulation ( Motor speed control)

Course fee will be $100 per participant and will include transport to and from town, teas and lunch.

Please confirm your interest by sending an email to pgandah@sirdc.ac.zw or nchitiyo@sirdc.ac.zw or echirere@sirdc.ac.zw or alternatively phone 04-860334 or 0773107449, 0772688032 or 0772878046.

To register, Please pay a deposit of $20 on or before the 12th of September 2014 at SIRDC
For further information please contact:
The Director: Electronics And Communications Institute of SIRDC
Cell 0774351853 ; Email:lmagombo@sirdc.ac.zw ;Website: www.sirdc.ac.zw


Microcontroller Programming Training

The Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre (SIRDC) is running a training course on microcontroller programming from the 17th to the 19th of September 2014.

The training uses a practical based approach and will consist of mini projects which include
• Writing to an LCD
• UART communication (Interfacing with computer)
• Analogue to Digital Conversion (Temperature Controller)
• Interfacing with a keypad
• Timers and Counters
• Pulse width modulation ( Motor speed control)

Course fee will be $100 per participant and will include transport to and from town, teas and lunch.

Please confirm your interest by sending an email to pgandah@sirdc.ac.zw or nchitiyo@sirdc.ac.zw or echirere@sirdc.ac.zw or alternatively phone 04-860334 or 0773107449, 0772688032 or 0772878046.

To register, Please pay a deposit of $20 on or before the 12th of September 2014 at SIRDC
For further information please contact:
The Director: Electronics And Communications Institute of SIRDC
Cell 0774351853 ; Email:lmagombo@sirdc.ac.zw ;Website: www.sirdc.ac.zw


Microcontroller Programming Training

The Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre (SIRDC) is running a training course on microcontroller programming from the 17th to the 19th of September 2014.

The training uses a practical based approach and will consist of mini projects which include
• Writing to an LCD
• UART communication (Interfacing with computer)
• Analogue to Digital Conversion (Temperature Controller)
• Interfacing with a keypad
• Timers and Counters
• Pulse width modulation ( Motor speed control)

Course fee will be $100 per participant and will include transport to and from town, teas and lunch.

Please confirm your interest by sending an email to pgandah@sirdc.ac.zw or nchitiyo@sirdc.ac.zw or echirere@sirdc.ac.zw or alternatively phone 04-860334 or 0773107449, 0772688032 or 0772878046.

To register, Please pay a deposit of $20 on or before the 12th of September 2014 at SIRDC
For further information please contact:
The Director: Electronics And Communications Institute of SIRDC
Cell 0774351853 ; Email:lmagombo@sirdc.ac.zw ;Website: www.sirdc.ac.zw


Microcontroller Programming Training

The Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre (SIRDC) is running a training course on microcontroller programming from the 17th to the 19th of September 2014.

The training uses a practical based approach and will consist of mini projects which include
• Writing to an LCD
• UART communication (Interfacing with computer)
• Analogue to Digital Conversion (Temperature Controller)
• Interfacing with a keypad
• Timers and Counters
• Pulse width modulation ( Motor speed control)

Course fee will be $100 per participant and will include transport to and from town, teas and lunch.

Please confirm your interest by sending an email to pgandah@sirdc.ac.zw or nchitiyo@sirdc.ac.zw or echirere@sirdc.ac.zw or alternatively phone 04-860334 or 0773107449, 0772688032 or 0772878046.

To register, Please pay a deposit of $20 on or before the 12th of September 2014 at SIRDC
For further information please contact:
The Director: Electronics And Communications Institute of SIRDC
Cell 0774351853 ; Email:lmagombo@sirdc.ac.zw ;Website: www.sirdc.ac.zw


Welcome to the Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre

Welcome to the Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre (SIRDC), Zimbabwe’s Technology Centre. Established in 1993 by an Act of Parliament, SIRDC provides technological solutions for sustainable development through reduction to practice of developed products and processes. As a consequence of this thrust SIRDC has commercialised some of its products through Sirtech Investments (Pvt) Ltd.
SIRDC comprises twelve institutes whose activities can be grouped broadly to cover biotechnology, electronics, energy technology, environment and remote sensing, building construction, material science, metallurgy, information and communication technology, and metrology. The specific institutes are:

Polymer Sciences Institute

SIRDC also has the following support departments: Business Operations Unit, Finance, Farming Operations, Human Resources, Purchasing, Transport, Audit, Cafeteria, Works and Physical Planning, and Public Relations. In addition SIRDC administers the Food and Nutrition Council (FNC), and the Technological and Commercial Information Promotion System (TIPS), which complement the Centre's activities.
Teamwork at SIRDC, as espoused through strict adherence to the Stage Gate process is the driving force behind the successful and rapid product development.

 

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