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STM32F4 Discovery Running .NET MF


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#1 baxter

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 07:04 PM

May be old news, but I just saw this on Hackaday, http://hackaday.com/page/3/ Reference: http://singularengin...microframework/ Baxter

#2 Mario Vernari

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 03:43 AM

Finally a well explained walkthrough for creating a .NetMF enabled board from scratch. Good reference! Thanks and cheers.
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#3 Glen

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 06:18 PM

Thanks for those links. The first one just takes you to page 3 though which can change daily so that article isn't there anymore. I believe this is the direct HAD link: http://hackaday.com/...iscovery-board/ Lots of .netmf hate over there in the comments. Speaking of Hackaday and STM32 chips, there is a post up there today that was interesting. http://hackaday.com/...lcd-dev-boards/ How much different is a STM32F103 from a STM32F4? From what I could tell, it didn't seem to be too much. I don't have any experience doing it, but was curious how hard it would be to make that board functional.

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 02:36 PM

Maybe you will also be interested in https://netmf4stm32.codeplex.com/

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 03:34 PM

The article in the first post is pointing to that codeplex site :)

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#6 NooM

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 10:12 PM

its not that fun, the board is kinda big, the onboard hardware cannot be accessed. spi 1 & 2 is bugged.

#7 baxter

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 05:50 AM

@Glen I bought an ET-STM32_Stamp that has a STM32F103 and installed eLua on it. http://www.futurlec....M32_Stamp.shtml I think Oberon has a port for this board. Baxter

#8 Philip

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Posted 14 May 2013 - 12:56 PM

Sorry this is late.

 

With regard to Noom's comments, I have accessed the LEDs (easy) and the MEMS 3 axis accelerometer (via SPI), the PWM and the A to D converters on the STM32F4 Discovery board.  They all work fine.  The site at: 

 

http://www.ghielectr...share/entry/436

 

 

explains how to do the SPI thing.

 

Phil



#9 NooM

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Posted 14 May 2013 - 01:14 PM

nice, i thought the onboard (not on-chip) peripherals have different pins than the netmf uses (many pins can have different types of usage)

 

leds and button is kinda easy.

a-d is also, the serial ports are also in the netmf port (except one isnt working becouse of the micro usb port having the same pins)

all 3 spi modules work, one i2c (netmf limit)

and the 2 da converters are also implemented.

 

wich spi module and cs pin it uses? and whats about the interrupt pin? (the accelerometer)

 

 

also, what you think about the audio ic? that would be cool to have too, but from what ive read its i2s :(






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