In this post I will describe how I adapted the FatFs library to the SDIO (SD Card) port of a STM32F4xx family microcontroller. The code is bare-metal programming, directly writing to the registers, with no usage of external libraries.
In this post I will describe a small project I published some time ago, while working on a NXP microcontroller. It helps in setting the correct register values for proper UART initialization in LPC family MCUs.
When working with microcontrollers, floating point number computation are often not available in hardware. Modern toolchains normally provide a math library having a software simulation for floating point and math functions: this is time consuming and may even be useless, because microcontrollers do normally work with integer numbers (e.g. the input of an ADC).
Welcome on my blog. My name is Aurelio Colosimo.
In my blog I will soon add some code snippets, algorithms or small electronic circuits, hopefully useful for the community.
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