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STM32 Programming for beginners

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STM32 Programming for beginners

15 Feb , 2021  



Requirements

  • Student should be familiar with basic C programming concepts

Description

If you use STM32 microcontrollers for programming you should know how to use STM32Cubemx with Keil or any other IDE .You can use STm32cubmx with Keil for rapid prototyping for a system. It is a absolute time saver in your job or study

What you’ll learn

  • STM32 programming using STM32Cubemx and Keil uvision5

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  • Student should be familiar with basic C programming concepts
  • Should have any nucleo or discovery board with them.

Who this course is for:

  • Technical graduates who wish to learn STM32 programming
  • Embedded Developers migrating from 8 bit microcontrollers to 32 bit microcontrollers
  • Hobbyist who wish to learn about STM32 programming

Course contents

  • GPIO-IN(Pushbutton)programming: Complete steps, how to generate code and write code in Keil and how to debug
  • GPIO-OUT(LED FLASH)programming: Complete steps, how to generate code and write code in Keil and how to debug
  • LED Flash on pushbutton pressed: Complete steps, how to generate code and write code in Keil and how to debug
  • Timer Basic programming: Complete steps, how to generate code and write code in Keil and how to debug
  • Timer With LED Flash: Complete steps, how to generate code and write code in Keil and how to debug
  • Timer output Compare(Advanced Timer feature) :Complete steps, how to generate code and write code in Keil and how to debug
  • PWM basic(coming soon)
  • LED increase intensity using PWM(coming soon)
  • ADC Polling
  • ADC trigger using Timer(Coming soon)
  • ADC trigger using software interrupt(Coming soon)
  • 16×2 LCD without using STM32Cubemx(with HAL library only)(coming soon)

Who this course is for:

  • Technical graduates who wish to learn STM32 programming, Embedded Developers migrating from 8 bit microcontrollers to 32 bit microcontrollers

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