STM32G474xx on NUCLEO-G474RE

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STM32G474xx on NUCLEO-G474RE

Post by RealSparky » Tue Sep 29, 2020 5:24 pm

As a hardware guy, I believe MicroPython is the best thing since cheesecake was invented. For hardware test jigs it is just the best. I have an initial port running on the NUCLEO-G474RE and hoped to share with the community after getting a handle on Git. Then I realized this was what the community was all about, helping each other to get to the next level. Here is the issue, all my development is on Windows using EmBitz. My clean build time runs about 3 minutes on my modest Win10 machine. Today I'm adding the HRTIM PWM support and looking at my options. It appears the H743 triggered the need but it is just waiting in the AF tables. So if anyone is interested, I am glad to share my project and maybe we can get it forked. If you haven't checked out the STM32G4 series then I expect you will amazed with the signal processing capabilities. The HRTIM has 12 channels with an effective clock rate like 4.5GHz. Thank you MicroPython Community you are my heros.

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Re: STM32G474xx on NUCLEO-G474RE

Post by RealSparky » Wed Sep 30, 2020 12:48 am

HRTIM what? This is the very item that attracted me to the G4 series and note table 2 that the G series uses version 2.0.

https://www.st.com/resource/en/applicat ... ronics.pdf

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Re: STM32G474xx on NUCLEO-G474RE

Post by jimmo » Thu Oct 01, 2020 12:50 pm

That sounds exciting! There has been a fair bit of interest in the STM32G port.

Please let us know if we can do anything to help with Git etc to help you get this merged.

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Re: STM32G474xx on NUCLEO-G474RE

Post by joaquin » Sat Dec 19, 2020 5:26 pm

Hi,
Interested as well, please let me know, if I could help.

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Re: STM32G474xx on NUCLEO-G474RE

Post by adruder » Tue Jan 12, 2021 9:46 pm

I am also interested in the STM32G4XX port. Do you have source posted anywhere for others looking to contribute?

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