Karedox - STM32F207 Development Board

Document created by Kang Usman on Apr 20, 2017
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Project info

Type : Development Board

Progress : Stilll in progress

Difficulty : Intermediate 

The Team :

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Kang Usman

Hardware and Software Design

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Soldering Iron

Software Tools :

STM32Cube

SW4STM (Openstm32) 

 

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The project goal is to make a development board to learn STM32F207 features:

1. Basic Peripheral: GPIO, ADC, DAC, Timer, UART, I2C, SPI

2. TFT LCD with FSMC interface

3. Micro SD with SDIO interface

4. Ethernet

5. Digital Camera

6. USB

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Karedox STM32F207 Development Board  

MP3 Player application (using VS1053 Codec) --> Sound still no good for high bit rate mp3, cause wrong setting of VS1053 clock

 

Video Player ---> video format AVI, video codec MJPEG, audio Codec MP3

 

MIDI Application

NES Game

 

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