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mikromedia for STM32 M4 - Examples


Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2013-08-14

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Set of examples for mikromedia for STM32 M4.. Provided examples demonstrate working with mikromedia's various features and modules:

- Accelerometer

- MMC SD card

- MP3

- Serial Flash


- Touch Panel


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mikromedia for STM32 M4

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These examples demonstrates usage of various external modules connected to microcontroller STM32F407VG.

Accelerometer module ADXL345

Accelerometer module ADXL345

Communication between microcontroller and accelerometer is performed over I2C Interface.

It's a simple test which demonstrates working with Accel on-board module. Results are displayed on TFT.

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micro Sd card slot

micro Sd card slot

Enables storage of large amount of data externally. For communication with microcontroller SD cards use Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI).

Example demonstrates various aspects of usage of the Mmc FAT16 library

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MP3 codec audio controller VS1053

MP3 codec audio controller VS1053

Enables audio reproduction on 3.5mm audio connector. Microcontroller communicates with this module over SPI. Program reads one mp3 file from MMC and sends it to VS1053E for decoding and playing. MMC and MP3 share Hardware SPI

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TFT with Touch Panel MIO283QT2

TFT with Touch Panel MIO283QT2

- Displays picture on TFT screen and demonstrates 320x240 colour TFT Display.
- Touch Panel Calculator example which shows usage of Touch screen. Program displays classic calculator, reads inputs from Touch Panel and displays result.

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USB module connection

USB module connection

Uses STM32F407VG integrated USB module.

Demonstration of USB HID communication. After connecting with computer via USB cable, mikromedia is recognized as USB HID device, and program will echo back any message sent to board.

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8Mbit Serial Flash memory module M25P80

8Mbit Serial Flash memory module M25P80

Connects with STM32F407VG via Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI).

Simple test which demonstrates use of on-board Serial Flash. Program writes byte and array of bytes and reads it back.

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Mikromedia+ for STM32 ARM - RF Communication Example

This is demonstration project how Mikromedia+ for STM communicate over RF. Data is send over simple 'led protocol' (1 byte command). Development board for STM32 with an add-on board nRF Click is used as a receiver device.

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BUCK click

BUCK click is a buck switching regulator that accepts a wide input voltage range of up to 40V and steps it down to 3.3V or 5V. The click carries the LT3976 40V, 5A, 2MHz step-down switching regulator with 3.3µA quiescent current.

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UNI Hall click

The unipolar Hall effect sensor on UNI HALL click™ is sensitive to north pole magnetic fields—when exposed to such a field, it outputs a LOW logic level. Othewise the output is a HIGH logic level. In its simplest application, UNI HALL click™ can be employed as part of a long lasting contactless proximity switch.

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