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about stm32-p107

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

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rifo

Hello,

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
thanks


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?

rifo

Hello,

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

On the webpage I can only see the schematics.

Thanks

LubOlimex

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,
Lub/OLIMEX
Technical support and documentation manager at Olimex