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HAL ccit crc16 for the STM32L15x , is it possible to use the hardware CRC?

Question asked by de_jager.gerrie on Sep 9, 2016
Latest reply on Sep 9, 2016 by FTITI.Walid
I could not find a way to use the HAL (created by cubemx) to calculate a CCIT 16 bit CRC.
I did this for the L476  and this workes
/** -------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * @brief CRC peripheral initialization CRC_POLYNOMIAL_16B
void initialise_crc16_ccit (void)
  hcrc.Instance = CRC;
#ifdef STM32L476xx
  // The default polynomial is not used. The one to be used must be defined
    // in CrcHandle.Init.GeneratingPolynomial
  hcrc.Init.DefaultPolynomialUse    = DEFAULT_POLYNOMIAL_DISABLE;

  // Set the value of the generating polynomial.
    // The one used in that example is the 16-bit long CRC generating
    // polynomial X^16 + X^12 + X^5 + 1 */
  hcrc.Init.GeneratingPolynomial    =  CRC_POLYNOMIAL_16B;

  // The user-defined generating polynomial yields a 16-bit long CRC
  hcrc.Init.CRCLength               = CRC_POLYLENGTH_16B;

  // The default initialise value is not used
  hcrc.Init.DefaultInitValueUse     = DEFAULT_INIT_VALUE_DISABLE;

  // User initialise value is used instead
  hcrc.Init.InitValue               = CRC_INIT_VALUE;

  // The input data are inverted by word
  hcrc.Init.InputDataInversionMode  = CRC_INPUTDATA_FORMAT_BYTES;
  // The bit reversal is done on a full word basis.

    // The input stream yielded by CRC16_DATA8[] is the sequence of
    // bytes 0x4D, 0x3C, 0x2B, 0x1A, 0xBE, 0x71, ...
    // meaning that the first word written in the CRC DR register is
    // 0x4D3C2B1A.
    // Bit reversal done by the hardware on the full word leads to the actual
    // CRC processing of
    // 0x58D43CB2.
    // Similarly, the second word written in the IP is 0xBE71C98A, leading to
    // the processing of 0x51938E7D after hardware input data reversal.
    // Note that when the software writes less than a word in the IP (to minimize the
    // number of write accesses for a given number of bytes), the bit-reversal operation
    // is carried out only on the input data.
    // Therefore, the last written data is the last byte 0x5E, processed as 0x7A
    // by the hardware after bit-reversal to wrap-up the CRC computation.
    // This means that the field InputDataInversionMode set to CRC_INPUTDATA_INVERSION_WORD
    // applied to {0x4D, 0x3C, 0x2B, 0x1A, 0xBE, 0x71, 0xC9, 0x8A, 0x5E}
    // yields the same result as InputDataInversionMode set to CRC_INPUTDATA_INVERSION_NONE
    // applied to {0x58, 0xD4, 0x3C, 0xB2, 0x51, 0x93, 0x8E, 0x7D, 0x7A}.

  // The output data are inverted
  hcrc.Init.OutputDataInversionMode = CRC_OUTPUTDATA_INVERSION_DISABLED;
  // Output data reversal can only be done at bit level.
    // The expected CRC is 0x5043 after output data reversal, meaning
    // that the CRC before the reversal operation is 0xC20A. */

  // The input data are bytes (8-bit long data)
  hcrc.InputDataFormat              = CRC_INPUTDATA_FORMAT_BYTES;

#ifdef STM32L151xB
//// @todo Christo we need the CRC for the L151 here
  // De-initialize the CRC peripheral
  if (HAL_CRC_DeInit(&hcrc) != HAL_OK)
    // Initialization Error

  // Then, initialize the CRC handle
  if (HAL_CRC_Init(&hcrc) != HAL_OK)
    // Initialization Error