STM32 ARM Cortex-M Microcontrollers
Learning STM32 microcontrollers is a good starting point to work in Embedded System. The ARM® Cortex®-M processor family is optimized for cost and energy-efficient microcontrollers, found in a variety of applications, including IoT, industrial, and everyday consumer devices.
Last update: 2022-05-07
Table of Content
The content of each post is based on my personal experience. All posts will be arranged in an easy-to-follow order, so that beginners can understand them well.
In each post, I will try cover one main topic with a clear guidance including hardware overview, software implementation in register level and using HAL libraries. I think it is a good way to understand when you learn how it works and how a library is built.
Thanks to below learning sources:
- ST’s Education center
- The Education Center has a lot of materials and documents arranged into groups: basics, tools, product lines, application, tips & tricks.
- ST’s Forum
- As the official forum from ST, this place has many questions and answers which can help to find issue and solution more quickly.
- OpenSTM32 Forum
- Another big and old community for STM32 microcontrollers using System Workbench IDE, still having many active users.
- An open-source firmware library for various ARM Cortex-M microcontrollers.
- Mastering STM32 by Carmine Noviello
- An amazing book for STM32 learners. The book will guide you in a clear and practical way to this hardware platform and the official ST CubeHAL, showing its functionalities with a lot of examples and tutorials.
While learning, I’ve read a lot in books and on the internet. I can not re-draw or rephrase all pieces of information, so I will directly include some pictures, paragraphs which originally come from a book or an internet page. In those cases, I will write the source link and the credit belongs to the original authors.