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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] ppm encoder and stm32

From: Eric Parsonage
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] ppm encoder and stm32
Date: Wed, 9 Jun 2010 08:53:41 +0930


I had another idea on this front I was going to give a try today. I was 
thinking of using the code that is in booze for talking directly to the serial 
connection of the spektrum satellite receiver and using it to get ppm out. I 
was going to use an stm32 since that is what I have on hand. 


On 08/06/2010, at 11:32 PM, David Conger wrote:

> Awesome Chris, thank you. That board is extremely popular. Almost every order 
> includes one. I  may just include them in the bundles when I can get them 
> made again. I like the ARM version idea because Paparazzi is ARM based not 
> Arduino based. 
> When the ATMEGA shortage is over I'm sure people will then have a choice 
> between the two version. Another site sells that version and I can have the 
> STM32 version as an alternative. 
> -David
> On Jun 7, 2010, at 6:39 PM, Chris wrote:
>> Hi David.
>> I can write the code for stm32 no problem but it is such an overkill...
>> The STM32 has so many 16 bit timers that can be chained to obtain 32 bit 
>> timers.
>> I really love it already.
>> Another big problem is that unlike MEGA cpus there is no DIP version for 
>> those who want to make their own ppm encoder using a piece of veroboard, a 
>> few resistors and capacitors and an easy to solder cpu.
>> Chris
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