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How to program and debug the STM32 using the Arduino IDE

Summary This article covers how to program and debug your STM32 device with the Arduino IDE. In this knowledge article, we explore the following main points: How to install the STM32 MCUs in the Arduino IDEHow to program a simple blink LED based on ...

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Implementing debug authentication on STM32H5 using CLI tools

Introduction Debug authentication is a critical security feature of the system considering that with a debugger the user can access a large part of the system. To control a reopening of the debug port, the device imposes a debug authentication proto...

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Ruchit N by ST Employee
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Part 2: Introduction to the STM32 microcontroller clock system

This article is a continuation of Part 1: Introduction to the STM32 microcontroller clock system.We recommend reading part 1 of the article before reading this article. 1. Clock security system (CSS) 1.1 Clock security system on HSE If a failure is ...

How to utilize STM32 system (ROM) bootloader commands

1. System (ROM) bootloader The system bootloader is present on all STM32 MCUs. As the name suggests, it is located on the system memory (ROM) area of the MCU. The system bootloader is located on the read only portion of the memory and is programmed ...

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