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about stm32-p107

Started by rifo, June 26, 2016, 10:39:36 AM

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I have ordered a STM-P107 and going through the documentation now.

Has anybody ported the LwIP_UDP_echo_client example in STM32CubeF1 to STM-P107?
Do you think that it would prove to be difficult? Also I don't have IAR and would like to switch to Keil.

comments would be appreciated

ps:  I have a project where I need ETH and USB. stm32F107 was the cheapest arm chip that I have found. However it's from an old family.
Can you please also comment whether there are better alternatives from Olimex?



One more question,  are there also PCB files for STM32-P107 ?

On the webpage I can only see the schematics.



Hey rifo,

I can't respond to the first queries about STM32CubeF1 and Keil since we are not familiar with these software products. About the board design files - Olimex STM32-P107 is not an open-hardware board. We distribute just the schematics in PDF format.

Only boards marked with the blue open hardware logo have the source design files provided. For example, STM32-E407 is an open-hardware board: https://www.olimex.com/Products/ARM/ST/STM32-E407/open-source-hardware

Best regards,
Technical support and documentation manager at Olimex