Tutorial : interfacing a Nucleo-STM32L476 board with a SPI sensor

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Hello

The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) is a specification of serial, synchronous and full
duplex communication between a master (or multiple masters) and a single or
multiple slave devices.
This presentation is aimed at helping users to realize such a communication
between a Nucleo-STM32L476RG board and a SPI pressure-temperature-humidity sensor
BME280.
This example was developed using the Keil programing environment for

a nucleo stm32l476 board

 

This project was realized by students at phelma, school of engineering in

Physics, Applied Physics, Electronics & Materials Science at Grenoble (France)

http://phelma.grenoble-inp.fr

 

JC Toussaint

Full Professor at Phelma

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