STM32F1xx micro-controller C firmware template
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README.md

This firmware implements the Maxim DS2432 1k-Bit Protected 1-Wire EEPROM with SHA-1 Engine using a development board based around STM32 F1 series micro-controller.

project

summary

Maxim DS2432 1k-Bit Protected 1-Wire EEPROM with SHA-1 Engine based on the datasheet

technology

This is a example application using the 1-Wire slave library

Following DS2432 features are not implemented:

  • PF flag
  • Load First Secret function command
  • Compute Next Secret function command
  • Copy Scratchpad function command
  • prevent reading secret memory by returning 0xaa or 0x55

board

The current implementation uses a core board.

The underlying template also supports following board:

Which board is used is defined in the Makefile. This is required to map the user LED and button provided on the board

connections

Connect the peripherals the following way (STM32F10X signal; STM32F10X pin; peripheral pin; peripheral signal; comment):

  • list board to preipheral pin connections

All pins are configured using defines in the corresponding source code.

code

dependencies

The source code uses the libopencm3 library. The projects is already a git submodules. It will be initialized when compiling the firmware. Alternatively you can run once: git submodule init and git submodule update.

firmware

To compile the firmware run rake.

documentation

To generate doxygen documentation run rake doc.

flash

There are two firmware images: bootloader and application. The bootloader image allows to flash the application over USB using the DFU protocol. The bootloader is started first and immediately jumps to the application if it is valid and the DFU mode is not forced (i.e. by pressing the user button on the board or requesting a DFU detach in the application). The application image is the main application and is implemented in application.c. It is up to the application to advertise USB DFU support (i.e. as does the provided USB CDC ACM example).

The bootlaoder image will be flashed using SWD (Serial Wire Debug). For that you need an SWD adapter. The Makefile uses a Black Magic Probe (per default), or a ST-Link V2 along OpenOCD software. To flash the booltoader using SWD run rake flash_booloader.

Once the bootloader is flashed it is possible to flash the application over USB using the DFU protocol by running rake flash. To force the bootloader to start the DFU mode press the user button or short a pin, depending on the board. It is also possible to flash the application image using SWD by running rake flash_application.

debug

SWD also allows to debug the code running on the micro-controller using GDB. To start the debugging session run rake debug.

USB

The firmware offers serial communication over USART1 and USB (using the CDC ACM device class).

You can also reset the board by setting the serial width to 5 bits over USB. To reset the board run rake reset. This only works if provided USB CDC ACM is running correctly and the micro-controller isn't stuck.