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Matter software expansion for STM32Cube

Dear all, The X-CUBE-MATTER Expansion Package is now available on our official website following this link  MATTER - Matter software expansion for STM32Cube - STMicroelectronics  It is a reference implementation for the demonstration of Matter on ST...

Ouadi by ST Employee
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Clear Difference between DFSDM and SAI

In our previous design we were using DFSDM to read the microphone data, but with the STM32WB family there is only SAI PDM port. I read that the SAI consume more power than the DFSDM because it is processing PDM to PCM. I found also that the DFSDM is ...

JChak.2 by Associate II
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Resolved! STM32WB FUS upgrade fail from 1.1.0 to 1.1.2

 Please, Help me.Attach log:PS C:\> STM32_Programmer_CLI.exe -c port=usb1 -fwdelete     -------------------------------------------------------------------                      STM32CubeProgrammer v2.6.0     ------------------------------------------...

WD by Associate II
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Resolved! Starter pack delivery for STM32WL hands on workshop

Hello,I'm booked in / confirmed for the STM32WL workshop on the 19th of March. Could anyone provide me with information about when the hardware pack (P-Nucleo-LRWAN2 and NUCLEO-WL55JC) is likely to be delivered? Should I expect to get an email conf...

CCott by Associate II
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STM32WB55xx reference manual, section 3.7.2 specifies startup on MCU - first 1.8V and then 3.6V for USB, (Vusb must be started when Vdd is at least 1V). If I fail to follow it, what happens ?

Its easy to fulfill requirements for startup ( I turn 3.6V LDO enable with 1.8V voltage), but when powerdown, the 3.6V decay is much longer and if 1.8V is already decayed, there is still 2V on 3.6V power line. Will this physically damage MCU or will ...

MReiv.1 by Associate
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