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There is almost no way to design a user-friendly and modern looking electronic device without use of a microcontroller. Currently there is a lot of MCU families dedicated for various applications. Although for many simple devices 8-bit microcontrollers (such as AVR) or 16-bit MCUs (like PIC or MSP430) are usually sufficient, there is a well-known trend of moving to more advanced processors even when designing less complicated circuits. For example, many ARM Cortex-M3 or ARM Cortex-M0 microcontrollers are enough cheap to use them in cost-sensitive products. STM32 family is one of the most popular series of microcontrollers fitting almost any design needs, from simple consumer devices and gadgets to ultra high performance multimedia and medical applications. In this category you will find many great evaluation boards and modules for development of STM32-based designs. You can choose from wide range of official modules made by ST Microelectronics (Nucleo and Discovery boards) as well as some other brands like DFRobot, Particle, Waveshare or SparkFun.

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  • STM32 Discovery STM32 Discovery

    Microcontrollers STM32 almost immediately after the release zawojowały the world of electronics and won niegasnące today – recognition among designers and developers of embedded systems. - High computing performance and a very rich equipment, in blocks, peripheral with...

  • STM32 Nucleo STM32 Nucleo

    Microprocessor-based technique for several decades is constantly popular for both Amateur and professional. On the field, play a major role in the company ST Microelectronics, which released a development platform, STM32 Nucleo. It was created with beginners programistach...

  • STM32 books STM32 books

    The STM32 microcontrollers, are available in the market for more than ten years, has gained many loyal fans who appreciate them for greater computing performance, powerful version selection of different numbers of contacts, memory sizes and peripherals, and also – no...

  • Microcontrollers STM32 Microcontrollers STM32

    License to use the cores developed by ARM, bought all of the largest manufacturers of integrated circuits. Especially wide portfolio is in this range company ST Microelectronics, which is one of the first manufacture of microcontrollers based on a 32-bit architecture. The...


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STM32 – one family, many possibilities

Every STM32 microcontroller is based on ARM architecture and thus it provides high computational power combined with great design flexibility and low power modes of operation. Beside the core itself (which can be ARM Cortex-M3, M0, M0+, M4 or even M7), the MCU also has a broad range of built-in peripherals that influence on its performance. These are for example high-quality digital blocks (16-bit and 32-bit hardware timers with sophisticated output and synchronization features, DMA controllers, graphics controllers and hardware accelerators) and mixed-signal peripherals (including 12-bit, high speed ADC converters, 12-bit DAC converters, software-configurable operational amplifiers and fast analog comparators). Some of higher-performance devices includes also DSP co-processor and floating-point arithmetic units, allowing the developer to perform complex digital signal processing tasks according to multimedia- and measurement-related design needs (for example audio processing, digital filtering or DFT computation). STM32L1, STM32L4 and STM32L0 families are dedicated to ultra-low power applications in field of digital metering, wearable devices or battery-operated and battery-less sensor networks.

STM32 Discovery – entry level development boards

STM32 Discovery product line includes a few low-cost, easy-to-use boards for different MCUs (for example STM32L1) equipped with basic peripherals, as well as the high performance, feature-rich development platforms for multimedia-oriented applications. The good example of both types of Discovery boards are STM32F0DISCOVERY and STM32F746G Discovery. First of them is based on popular STM32F051 microcontroller and includes two buttons (reset and user button), four LED indicators (two available for user application) and a plenty of GPIO and power supply pinheaders. The second - STM32F746G – is a sophisticated evaluation board equipped with high-performance

STM32F746NGH6 MCU (216 MHz ARM Cortex-M7, 1MB of Flash memory and 340 kB of RAM), built-in external memories (128 MB Quad SPI Flash and 128 MB SDRAM) as well as a huge set of peripherals (including audio input and output, camera connector, stereo amplifier, two MEMS microphones and microSD slot). The board also contains 4,3-inch, 480 x 272 px color touch screen allowing easy development of high-level graphic applications.

STM32 Nucelo – Arduino-compatible evalboards and ready-to-use modules

If you want to start development of your devices based on STM32 microcontroller, you can also choose one of many STM32 Nucleo evaluation boards. They essentialy fall into three product lines. The first contains small form-factor modules (for example STM32 NUCLEO-F031K6) with basic peripherals, including three LEDs, reset button and micro USB port for programming and power supply. The more advanced modules like STM32 NUCLEO-F446RE also contains Arduino-compatible slots that allow use of Arudino shields in STM32 ecosystem. The most advanced evaluation boards (for example STM32 NUCLEO-F429ZI) can also include a bunch of computer-like interfaces (application USB port and Ethernet RJ45 socket) and a plenty of GPIO headers. One of the most important advantages of STM32 Nucleo boards (and also Discovery boards described previously) is a built-in ST-Link (usually ST-Link/V2), available in every single module. This allows you to immediately start your development without need of purchasing any external programmers/debuggers.