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Nordic Semiconductor hosting a series of seminars with Rutronik on nRF51 Series throughout Europe

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Nordic Semiconductor is hosting a series of seminars in conjunction with Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH on the new nRF51 Series. They give embedded application development engineers the opportunity to meet the nRF51 Series experts supporting them to kickstart their Bluetooth low energy or ANT application developments. The full-day seminars will be held in April and May in United Kingdom, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland and Germany.

Each seminar features a detailed walk-through of the nRF51 series SoC and a full afternoon of software examples taken straight from the nRF51 SDK. All examples will be based upon the nRF51 Series Evaluation Kit. Upon completion of the day the participants will be familiar with the workings of the new nRF51 Series SoCs and be ready to start developing applications.

 

The topics include an ULP wireless overview, an introduction into the nRF51 Series, its architecture and the development tools and SW tool chain, details on the Bluetooth low energy qualification, an introduction into the nRF51 Series SDK as well as development examples and code reviews from nRF51 SDK.

 

The nRF51 Series SoCs from Nordic Semiconductor are an innovation solution for next-generation ULP wireless designs featuring

  • 32-bit Cortex M0 MCU
  • multi-protocol architecture
  • Protocol/application SW independence
  • Programmable peripheral interconnect
  • User definable GPIO configuration
  • Sub 10mA wireless links at 0dBm
  • Bluetooth low energy stacks
  • ANT stacks
  • 2.4GHz proprietary stacks

 

Participation in the seminars is free of charge, but prior registration is required at  http://www.rutronik.com/exhibitions.html.

 

Dates:

16.04.2013         Coventry, United Kingdom
23.04.2013         Stockholm, Sweden
24.04.2013         Yverdon, Switzerland
25.04.2013         Zürich, Switzerland
07.05.2013         Frankfurt, Germany
08.05.2013         Helsinki, Finland