We have already looked at how to add a wiring connection to an STM32, but sometimes the only solution can be a Wireless or WiFi connection, and in this article we are going to see how to manage a complete WiFi solution.
The ADXL345 is a small, thin, ultralow power, 3-axis accelerometer with high resolution (13-bit) measurement at up to ±16 g. This device works with i2c and SPI protocol and Is suitable with Arduino, esp8266, stm32, and esp32.
We already saw the w5500 devices to make a wired connection with STM32; now, we will examine enc28j60, a cheaper device with few resources but relatively stable and widely diffused. We also try to add SSL for a secure connection.
When I started using the STM32 I discovered a world. they are powerful with a lot of features, but they have lacks a network connection. This can be resolved with a w5500 module, a quite powerful device that allows a wired connection.
This article will explain how to program the Black Pill STM32F4 microcontroller board. It can be considered the big brother of the STM32F1 series, more powerful, and with all the features of the F1 version.
We’ll learn how to add HID bootloader to our STM32 device. This bootloader is driverless (no USB drivers needed, even on Windows) for STM32F10x and STM32F4xx devices.
STM32duino-bootloader is created for STM32F103 boards to use with the Arduino_Core_STM32 repo and the Arduino IDE; very useful to program the microcontroller directly via USB.
WeAct STM32F411CEU6 high-resolution pinout and specs
WeAct STM32F401CCU6 high-resolution pinout and specs
Navigating the STM32 world is more complicated than other microcontrollers, one of the reasons is that it is an extremely large world and there are many options for both software and hardware.
In this tutorial we try to create a path to follow to reach a good knowledge of these devices.
Let’s start with the famous STM32 Blue Pill, let’s see how to program it and the basic features.