15 December 2019 at 14:26 #6985
I have prepared a page for the “project” by ARMando here: https://hackaday.io/project/168941
From now on every update will be only on this page.
Obviously any info can also be requested from this thread.16 December 2019 at 18:13 #6994
Then it is programmable with wiring and c ++ ?17 December 2019 at 10:28 #7021
If you mean by Arduino IDE sure that yes…
Here an example of a small program with Arduino IDE that simulates a processor 8080 with Basic interpreter on ROM and relative RAM:19 December 2019 at 10:50 #7066
Sorry, but the specs?
Clock 48 MHz, discovered
Flash ?? I should see the DS of the ST ?
Ram ? idem?
Timers ??19 December 2019 at 12:24 #7068
Features in a nutshell:
64Kbytes of flash memory
8Kbytes of SRAM with HW parity
CRC calculation unit
55 fast I/O ports
5 channel DMA controller
Calendar RTC with alarm and periodic wakeup from stop/standby
One 12bit, 1.0µs ADC (up to 18 channels)
Features two I2C, two SPI and two USART interface
It only has the flash, the EEPROM can be simulated in a flash page.
However starting from the datasheet for an object like this I think is the best way…20 December 2019 at 16:14 #7126
I have to say I saw something ST32, but I don't know how much it looks like ARMando.21 December 2019 at 23:15 #7154
The one you “linked” is the famous “Blue Pill” which is based on an STM32F103C8T6 which is an ARM Cortex M3 at 78MHz a 48 pin.
What I used in ARMando is an STM32F030R8T6 which is a simpler ARM Cortex M0 to 64 pin.
If I remember correctly, the STM32F030 series is the simplest of the whole STM32 family.
The interesting thing about the STM32F030R8T6 is that it has well 64 pin, so a high number of GPIOs, and you can find it “around” at a very low cost.
The STM32F103C8T6 and more “powerful”, and it also has a USB interface. I used it in the past for slightly more complex cards like this or also this.25 December 2019 at 18:48 #7173
Facendo il confronto tra quello che ho citato e l’ARMando, sarebbe come dire un Arduino Uno e un Arduino due,
Il mio interesse potrebbe andare su un “coso” che non sia obsoleto come un ATmega328 e magari sta nella misura di non dover preoccuparsi dei salti di pagina, né quante nidificazioni di routine si possono fare. Sempre per restare nella misura media di un 64 Kb di flash.
Potrei magari propendere per il Blue Pill, che sta comodo negli esperimenti sul tagliere (breadbord per gli inglesi).
In ogni caso complimenti per il lavoro.
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