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New possibilities for the ultra-low power segment!

STM32U0 is the first Cortex-M0+ with a static consumption of only 160 nA in standby mode with RTC (Real-Time Clock) and 16 nA in shutdown. It also achieves 118 points in CoreMark and targets SESIP level 3 and PSA level 1 focusing on firmware code pro...

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hi friends, can anyone help me to understand, how address and data values within hex records, accommodated in flash memory.? I just want to update my firmware via serial ! do i need to copy raw hex records @ each flash memory location sequentially?

as this is my hex record...:10001000D1EC0008DBEC0008E5EC00080000000073it has 0010 address value and all 16 data value(D1 EC 00 08 DB EC 00 08 E5 EC 00 08 00 00 00 00) as zero. Where do this data will be placed in flash memory?

SPI receive callback - yet another mystery

HiI've got another question on this project.I have a Nucleo H7 board communicating with a Nucleo F3.In the middle I have a BoostXL DRV8301.I say in the middle because it is configured (SPI) and enabled (EN-Gate pin) with the H7. However the PWM gener...

Smoun.1 by Associate III
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Hi, I am using NUCLEO-64 STM32F401 and I have attached a serial EEPROM to I2C3. I am using the LL library calls to try to write to the EEPROM but I cant get the slave address to appear on the I2C bus. I do see the start pulse on the scope. Code below.

The code below gets stuck at --- while (!txBytes) txBytes=LL_I2C_IsActiveFlag_ADDR(I2C3);and the ADDR bit never gets read as set?==========================================void I2C_Write(uint8_t dataCount, uint8_t data){ uint8_t I2CAddrWrite = 0xa0;...

DCull.1 by Associate
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Program gets stuck in for loop after interrupt runs

This has me scratching my head - my program runs fine UNLESS the interrupt occurs, after which it gets stuck in a for loop near the start of the program. I can't see any way these two things are connected with each other - there dont share variables....

deep_rune by Associate III
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STM32F427 is sometimes running slow after boot

I have an issue with STM32F427 where after doing reset for MCU in some cases the MCU is running at about half the speed after reset. All peripheral clock seem to be running at normal speed, but the MCU is just running at half the speed. All register ...

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