[sdiy] ATSamD4 Breakout Board
maohelin at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 22:17:31 CET 2015
Also the Ebay boards have the STM32F030 chip which doesn't have I2S
support. However, you could get some STM32F031F6 chips from Mouser or
Farnell and replace the one on the board with it. There's already one FM
synth project for the 031 (guess they are using the board Eric designed, at
least the page has a link to it):
STM32F373 is another one about the same level as Teensy 3.x are. Example
On Mon, Nov 9, 2015 at 10:28 PM, Eric Brombaugh <ebrombaugh1 at cox.net> wrote:
> The ebay breakout boards that Mikko linked don't have the ST-Link
> programmer on the board while the Nucleo boards from ST do - that means all
> you need to program & debug them is a USB cable, and the ST-Link interface
> also provides a serial port that's handy for interfacing with the running
> The Teensy boards use a Freescale Kinetis MCU that's based on a Cortex M4
> core. That's considerably more feature-ful than the Coretx M0, with more
> memory, more peripherals and faster clock speed than the low-end STM32 and
> SAMD parts we were discussing, but it's also a fair bit more expensive.
> On 11/09/2015 01:21 PM, Bruno Afonso wrote:
>> How to these compare with the teensy 3.x?
>> On Mon, Nov 9, 2015 at 3:19 AM Mikko Helin <maohelin at gmail.com
>> <mailto:maohelin at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> You can get some STM32F030 board almost for nothing:
>> Not all 030's come with I2S though.
>> As a development environment I use STM32CubeMX tool for pinning and
>> generating project files together with Eclipse CDT IDE with ARM GCC
>> Eclipse plugin toolchain.
>> Some manual copying was required last time but may be the
>> integration of CubeMX and Eclipse CDT has been improved in the
>> meantime (got to check the latest versions, Keil and Atollic and
>> some other IDE's are properly supported but not plain CDT).
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