STM32 MCU

STM32 OneWire for Charger

Preface The current customer requirement involves touching the codebase, requiring assistance in developing 1-wire sensing for the battery, etc. We will go through UART OneWire to verify if it can function properly. There will also be some differences in the next version planning. Here, I’ll integrate and detail the OneWire information for verification methods. Overview […]

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ECDSA_SignVerify(SHA256) STM32F4 series

Preface For the signature verification part, due to recent customer requirements, the MCU is bound and cannot be incorporated into SBSFU for updates. Additionally, the SBSFU update example currently only provides UART, and coding for other interfaces is required. After discussing with the customer, it was decided to use signature verification to ensure that the

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ST7735 TFT LCD Module with 4 IO 128*160

Preface There are many options when it comes to choosing an LCD, with various sizes available. However, if you need to display colorful images, we recommend the ST7735 display. It offers excellent value for money and delivers good performance. This example will introduce the usage of the 1.8-inch ST7735 color display screen with STM32 microcontrollers.

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How to use “attribute” in STM32CubeIDE

Preface The purpose of ‘attribute__’ is to store variables or arrays at a specified address. In practical applications, program version information is usually fixed at a specific flash address. Here, I needed to assist in modifying the Hex burning file to recognize version information. However, after attempting to use STM32CubeIDE, I found it didn’t work,

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MERIDIAN Thermal Imager Sensor(STM32)

Preface Meridian offers advanced CMOS thermal imaging solutions, enabling the production of thermal image sensors that can receive infrared wavelengths ranging from 8 to 14 μm. These sensors are primarily applied in consumer and commercial products. What sets them apart from conventional imaging is their affordability, as they require only a low-cost MCU to handle

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STM32 Cryptographic Software Package

Preface The customer requires encryption protection for certain devices. ST offers two options: Directory Structure of V4 vs. Directory Structure of V3 The directory structure of the V3 software package corresponds to a separate directory for each STM32 series. The directory structure of V4 is fully compatible with the Cube/X-Cube software package (STM32CubeXX / X-Cube-XXX)

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