Programming course in C language for ARM Cortex-M4 microcontrollers, based on the microcontroller STM32F407.
Explore the features of the STM32F407 microcontrollers by knowing its electrical characteristics, its main registers and applications.
Explore many resources of the STM32CubeIDE as well as software libraries, HAL API, and a bunch of middlewares to accelarate the development task.
Provide practical skills for diagnosing common programming failures through the use of STM32CubeIDE embeeded debugger tools, or even by monitoring and terminal tools as STM32CubeMonitor.
Develop applications integrating microcontroller peripherals such as ADC, USART, USB, TIM, RTC, SPI, GPIO, IWDG, etc. With those peripherals and their software resources, develop solutions for Graphic Display and Touch controller, uSD Cards, Ethernet interface and much more.
Common hardware resources avaluable in the market as STM32F407 based development boards, Touch LCD Display based on ILI9341 and XPT2046, LAN8720 Ethernet expansion board, uSD card, USB to serial adapter, ST-Link V2 Programmer, Potentiometer and Dupont FxF Jumpers are applied in this course.
Complementary documentation as Application Notes, User Manuals, Reference Manuals, Datasheets, Firmware Packages and much more, can be downloaded in their last version directly form ST website. Software like STM32CubeIDE, STM32CubeMonitor, USB HID Demonstrator, can be downloaded directly from ST website too.