Tagged: stm32f4discovery

Library 58- Dynamic strings on STM32F4xx 0

Library 58- Dynamic strings on STM32F4xx

Have you ever been in position where you need to store some string informations just for a small amount of time? Did you reserve ram memory before you worked with strings? If you did it like that, than this library might be a solution for you. This library was designed directly for a purpose where you need to store your information for a few time. For example, getting some string informations from your sensor, USART, etc. It uses malloc and...

LwIP ethernet on STM32F4-Discovery 193

Library 52- Ethernet peripheral on STM32F4xx

One of the greatest features on STM32F4xx for me was to get ethernet to work properly as server and client. I got it working pretty quickly and I was investigating how to make a library to be very useful and easy to use. Ethernet library is builtĀ on LwIP TCP/IP stack version 1.4.1. Library is pretty hard to “install” for first time, so I decided to provide you source files (on my Github) for Keil uVision and Coocox. Examples for Keil...

LwIP ethernet on STM32F4-Discovery 17

Ethernet server using STM32F4-Discovery and SD card

It’s been a while since my last library on the web. I’m making ethernet library with TCP client and TCP server support using external PHYs (currently testing with DP83848, but it will support any PHY you want). I have some troubles yet with code, so library is not prepared for download. It will be as soon as I made it clear and stable. Library is available here. Library key features: Currently support only for RMII interface with PHY and STM32F4...

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Library 48- Measure PWM input signal with STM32F4

First library in 2015 is here. With it, you will be able to measure PWM input signal from “other world”. STM32F4’s timers have capability to make an interrupt on edge, when signal is active on input pin for specific timer. This allows us, to measure signal in input. With a simple calculations, we can detect frequency of signal and duty cycle. Of course, this is not veery accurate, but with 168MHz F407 device, using 32bit TIM2 (high resolution) I got...

Library 47- CRC module on STM32F4 5

Library 47- CRC module on STM32F4

STM32F4xx devices have CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) module inside. This is small and useful unit when working with communications. It might become very useful to verify if your packet of data is correct. STM32F4 devices uses “Ethernet” CRC with polynomial below: X32 + X26 + X23 + X22 + X16 + X12 + X11 + X10 +X8 + X7 + X5 + X4 + X2 + X +1 It is quite ugly šŸ˜€ Well, using this module is very easy....

Overclock STM32F4 device up to 250MHz 21

Overclock STM32F4 device up to 250MHz

Let’s test what STM32F4xx devices can do. I have all “4 speedĀ families” at home so why not to try it how fast we can go. By default, for those who don’t know max frequencies for STM32F4xx devices, they are in list below: 84MHz: STM32F401 MCUs, including Nucleo-F401 board 100MHz: STM32F411 MCUs, including Nucleo F411 board 168MHz: STM32F405/7 and STM32F415/17 MCUs, including STM32F4-Discovery board 180MHz: STM32F427/29 and STM32F437/39 MCUs, including STM32F429-Discovery board Ok, we have everything provided, let’s test how far...