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ATOLLIC new tips and tricks

_ We published a new tips & tricks for ATOLLIC that are: How to create a new project in ATOLLIC – How to share your ATOLLIC project – How to import a .ZIP project in Atollic

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How to use ADC in Interrupt mode

– In electronics, an analog-to-digital converter (ADC, A/D, or A-to-D) is a system that converts an analog signal, such as a sound picked up by a microphone or light entering a digital camera, into a digital signal. There are several … Continue reading

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TIMER Counter – for example for reading an Input button

– Counting Modes Normally a basic timer counts from zero to a given Period value. General purpose and advanced timers can count in other different ways, as reported in Table below. For reading more, click here.  

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How to manage two UART (USART2 and USART1) under Interrupt

There are different possibility to use the UART under Interrupt, for instance use PRINTF but this mode use a loot of code or, more efficiency is to use the Call Back. In this example we use the Call Back modality. … Continue reading

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How to implement “printf” for send message via USB on STM32 NUCLEO boards using ATOLLIC

This example show the way to implement the printf on STM32 NUCLEO board for send data via USB to the PC. All is done by using the ATOLLIC TrueSTUDIO PRO for STM32 that is free. More ingo are here.

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