I recently came up with the idea to write a clean template project for creating new STM32F4-based projects. The effort to create new firmware projects should be minimal while still maintaining maximum control and transparency over what happens in the build stage.
This is a follow-up post to my previous project page Part 3 (Schematic, layout and pictures). At this point the hardware development is finished and fortunately nothing blew up as I had plugged in a voltage source for the first time. 😉 But of course there is no functionality yet. The load sinks (nearly) no… Continue reading Project: Active load with microcontroller – Part 4: Firmware
I recently developed a protocol agnostic driver library for HopeRF’s RFM69 modules. Protocol agnostic means that you get full control over the module and the data packets that you want to send or receive. You can use this library for receiving packets from existing commercial devices like temperature sensors, or you can set up your… Continue reading RFM69 C++ driver library for STM32 (and other controllers)