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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

How to implement debug authentication on STM32H5 using CLI tools 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 p...

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Custom Signal generation using PWM and DMA

The purpose of this article is to explain how to generate a custom signal, a sine wave in this case, using an STM32 Microcontroller’s DMA controller and a PWM output from a timer. Although this example uses the NUCLEO-H745ZI-Q, the same steps can be ...

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How to connect to the STM32 CAN Bootloader interface?

How to connect to the STM32 CAN Bootloader interface?The bootloader inside STM32 families uses the protocol described in AN3154. It is supported by the STM32F1, F2, F4, F7, L4 series. The purpose of this article is to give a guide on how to connect ...

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Jump to bootloader from application on STM32H7 devices

Using STM32H7 MCUs, how to jump into system bootloader from application code? In STM32H7, the base address of system memory is different from the entry point of the bootloader.  Thus, in order to jump to the bootloader, address "0x1FF09800" should be...