Getting started with STM32 system peripherals

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Learn how to use STM32 features with simple examples

1. System peripherals

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Getting started with GPIO

General purpose input output

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Getting started with EXTI

External interrupt/event controller

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Getting started with POWER

Power

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Getting started with LPBAM

Low-power background autonomous mode

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Getting started with DMA

Direct memory access

2. Basic communication peripherals

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Getting started with UART

Universal Asynchronous receiver-transmitter


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Getting started with SPI

Serial Peripheral Interface


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Getting started with I2C

Inter-integrated circuit


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Getting started with I3C

MIPI I3C


3. Timing peripherals

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Getting started with RTC

Real time clock


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Getting started with WDG

Watch dog


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Getting started with HRTIM

High-resolution timer


4. Analog peripherals

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Getting started with DAC

Digital to analogue converter

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Getting started with ADC

Analogue to digital converter



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