Introduction to STM32 – 32-bit ARM-Based Microcontroller


32-bit Microcontrollers are rolling the world, Now is the time to start moving from 8-bit low speed to the giant ARM


  • Basic Knowledge of Programming


>>> 32-bit Microcontrollers are rolling the world, Now is the time to start moving from 8-bit low speed to the giant ARM ST Microelectronics is launching a new, low-cost course on the STM32 ARM-based microcontroller.

The course is a compact and practical introduction to the world of 32-bit control microcontrollers. You will learn the basics and the fundamentals of ARM architecture, the operating system environment, and syntax.

Why you should take this course?

– This course will provide you with a comprehensive and simple introduction to the ARM architecture and the operating system environment as well as the syntax and the ARM instruction set.

– Software and hardware features

– The course is divided into eleven parts: Getting Started, The World of STM, Development Boards, Introduction to ARM World, ARM Coretx M4, Download and Install Software Requirements, STM32 Naming, and Pinout, STM32 Registers, Development Tools​, Application Examples​, Practical Walkthrough: STM32 Development Board​, Coding STM32 via CubeMx, and Basics of C Programming.

– The first part should be understood by anyone who has programmed a microcontroller before. It provides a foundation for understanding the rest of the course. The second part introduces the various hardware modules that make.

Why you should Learn How to Program STM32?

This microcontroller contains an ARM Cortex-M3 CPU with FPU and up to 256 Kbytes of operational memory. It features analog performance in three voltage domains, 12-bit ADC resolution, programmable glitch filters, two 12-bit DACs, two comparators, and various peripherals.

STM32 series have some good options that can make them a good candidate for a project :

The STM32 is a very powerful and versatile microcontroller.

It comes in many different boards and packages, so the user can find the one that best suits their needs. With such versatility, projects for this microcontroller can be grouped into two categories: basic and advanced. Basic projects are simpler to put together and don’t require extensive knowledge of programming or debugging, while advanced projects take more time and care to complete successfully. Structure and operation

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone looking to improve his embedded systems skills be moving from 8-bit Microcontrollers to 32-bit Microcontrollers
  • Anyone looking to learn ARM and RISC Based Microcontrollers
  • STM32 Geeks
  • Engineering Students – Electronics, Electrical & Computer Science
  • High School Science Students
  • Electronic Geeks, Hobbiest & Art Students
  • Embedded Systems Geeks
  • Anyone interested in learning ARM architecture with a low budget STM32 solution

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