STM32F0 – High sample rate ADC usage

My current university project is based around non destructive evaluation using ultrasonics. I’ve been delegated the task of trying to design a suitably cheap (cheap being my speciality 😉 ) low end ultrasonic evaluating system. This involves designing the high voltage supply, the output driver, a high speed amplifier system AND the whole digital domain […]

STM32F0 ADC mini tutorial – Scan mode using interrupts and DMA

The ADC in the STM32F0 series of microcontrollers is pretty advanced compared to similar costing equivalents, offering features such as continuous conversion, internally and software triggered conversions, channel scanned conversions, amongst much more! This isn’t a proper tutorial but I will be posting the code on how to achieve such a task and how I […]

STM32F0 Frequency counter!

So we’ve finally got our second semester project briefs and it has been declared that we need to build a half duplex one direction communication system! Obviously, as its a project given by the university, it can’t be as easy as sending USART down a cable and receiving it, requiring pretty much no effort… at […]

Monotonous Wednesdays – Creating an extremely simple waveform viewer using the STM32F0 Discovery board and ILI9163 LCD

Well! Today, I didn’t feel like doing anything particularly productive so libraries were pretty much not an option. Instead, I decided to make a really simple oscilloscope which merely displays the current sample voltage and a trace of the samples on the screen using my ILI9163 and graphics libraries. The input voltage is specified from […]