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CUA in India

At the end of July Dr. Rabi Mahapatra of Texas A&M, a professor I have known and worked with for many years was in San Jose. He has been telling me about a new university he has founded in India in Bhubaneswar where he grew up:

 

CUA signed an MOU with the university to provide PSoC kits and training. The students will start using PSoC to learn about digital and analog circuits as well as microcontrollers starting fall 2009.

If your school would like to use Cypress PSoC devices to teach principles of digital and analog circuits, microcontrollers, robotics, mechatronics etc. please visit us online at www.cypress.com/cua to learn details about the program.

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