STM32F0 Tutorial 1 – GPIO

So I’ve finally got round to writing my first tutorial! This first tutorial will be on using the STM32F0 with simple GPIO ports. I’ve set it up so that the LED’s will alternate depending on whether the push button is pressed or not. I’m using Coocox for my IDE and there are loads of other […]

Today’s advances

Today has actually been a really successful day! I finished the routing of Watch 3 and sent the gerber files to ITead Studio for them to be developed into PCB’s, managed to get my personal Bluetooth packet system working and had a tasty postal order through! One of the things that came in the post […]

Bluetooth Brilliance!

Well, today has certainly been a productive day! I recieved my new HC-06 bluetooth module (I stupidly ripped up the RX trace on the other one trying to unsolder it from the backboard) and have managed to implement the “harris protocol” system! I’ve gone for a really simple protocol as the module itself only sends […]

The Eon Smartwatch – Deux!

3 blog posts in one day! So today, along with my Farnell arrival came the magical package from the far lands of Asia containing my Watch 2 PCB’s! Choosing a black solder mask really brings out the PCB shine and makes the product look more professional already! For only $6 extra, I’d say its worth […]

Farnell!

For the first time in a good few years, I got my first order off Farnell! I had a bit of a ‘mare’ the other night as I realised that my soldering iron had broken and just as I was about to receive the PCB’s for Watch 2. So as my closest easy access and […]

ILI9163 LCD library

After much contemplation, I decided to rewrite the original ILI9163 library that I was using for the LCD. Fortunately, the LCD manual was much easier than I thought to read (http://goo.gl/CNVU8V), so tonight, I went about rewriting the whole LCD driver. I didn’t include any of the gamma correction curves as that would require a […]