I am starting with series of articles, to try to make simple oscilloscope with STM32F746G Discovery board. I am not sure where this project will lead us. I’d just like to make simple oscilloscope to watch low frequency signals. In this article I just want to make analog-to-digital coverter work.
There was one thing that kept me occupied lattely. It was temperature datalogger using Arduino, ESP8266 and DS18B20 and these all together save data to thingspeak.com. So now that I have everything working, let me make a little tutorial.
In this article we will finally add touch capabilities to our project.
This is part four of our tutorials using STEmWin. You can check previous three parts here: part1, part2, and part3. In this tutorial I will show how we can draw buttons just by using low level STEmWin functions.
This is third part of the series. If you have not finished part 1 and part 2, you need to, if you want to continue with this one.
This is continuing from part 1 of tutorial. We prepared everything in previous tutorial now let’s initialize the display and write our simple “Hello world!”
In this series of articles I will show you how to get STEmWin working on STM32F746G Discovery board.
It is time to use some alternate functions on ports pins. For this example we will use alternate function of PORTA.2 and PORTA.3 to serve as RX/TX of USART2.
In previous posts I wrote about blinking LED and configuring ports. Now it is time to read some buttons.
In previous article we programmed LED on Nucleo board to blink. In this one I wiil try to explain in detail how I/O pins on STM32 work. This is basic tutorial on STM32 I/O ports. There are some things marked, that I have yet to check. On our board there is STM32F401RET6 microcontroller. Above is […]