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Programming the STEVAL-IME003V1; different waveforms

Question asked by meador.john on Feb 22, 2016
Latest reply on Mar 3, 2016 by ricciardo.antonio
Dear experts;

 I am unable to find the documents describing the format of the file which will allow me to make different waveforms than the generic ones already thoughfully supplied..
I extracted the supplied .dfu file to S19 and Hex files, and I see little chance of 
'reverse engineering' the format.

Table 5 of the AN3961 mentions the time resolution of 5 ns, 
duration from 40 ns to 20.48us, 
cycles numbering from 1 to 255,
and infinite cycle defined by the program.

I just can't help but wonder how I can exploit these features.

I expect it is quite complicated, but I have the 'factory-default' .dfu file available to rescue myself, and the SDuFe tool, or perhaps it is sFuDe?

I'll start with low voltages and current limits, in case it is possible to short things by faulty  programming.

I've attempted a diligent flogging of the ST website, without resolution.
Thanks in advance,