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Getting started with STM32F746G-DISCO

ST Microelectronics recently expanded its portfolio of STM32 microcontrollers with the new STM32F7 family. These are the new best-in-class MCUs from ST, with a Cortex-M7 core able to run up to 216Mhz (future releases will run up to 400Mhz with 2000 CoreMark index), with an internal flash up to 1Mb and 360Kb of RAM. STM32F7 is also able to run …

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Build STM32 applications with Eclipse, GCC and STM32Cube

If you landed to this page, you probably already know that I've covered this topic in the past. I showed in a series made of three posts how to successfully setup a complete Eclipse/GCC ARM tool-chain to develop applications for the STM32Nucleo-F4 developing board. Since then, many people have reported me positive feedback on that tutorial. But, some of them …

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Running micropyton on STM32Nucleo-F4

Everyone who knows me is also aware of the fact that my favorite programming language is Python. I wrote hundreds of thousands lines of code in Python, ranging from web apps to software running on embedded single board computers like the Raspberry PI. Due to its nature of high level and interpreted programming language, Python is still not present on true embedded …

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BlueNRG shield for STM32 Nucleo

I recently received during a ST training day a sample of the X-NUCLEO-IDB04A1 shield. This shield is based on the BlueNRG network processor from ST and it allows to create Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) applications using an Arduino compatible developing board. Obviously, ST designed the software for this shield to be used mainly with its Nucleo range of developing boards. In fact, …

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