[TriEmbed] where are the Nucleo design files?
pete at soper.us
Thu Jul 23 14:51:57 CDT 2020
Oops, I guess they bought Freescale and by bad luck I'm dealing with
that vis a vis NXP.
But searching he ST site many, many times has only taken me in circles.
But I would definitely need an ST AE. :-)
On 7/23/20 3:46 PM, Pete Soper wrote:
> NXP has owned ST for quite some time.
> On 7/23/20 3:46 PM, Charles J. Lord, PE wrote:
>> Um. those are St micro boards not nxp
>> Charles J. Lord, PE
>> President, Blue Ridge Advanced Design and Automation
>> Past Chair, IEEE Western NC Section
>> Chair, IEEE NC Council
>> Chair, IEEE SoutheastCon 2020 and Steering Committee
>> c.j.lord at ieee.org <mailto:c.j.lord at ieee.org>
>> On Thu, Jul 23, 2020, 3:37 PM Pete Soper via TriEmbed
>> <triembed at triembed.org <mailto:triembed at triembed.org>> wrote:
>> I'm struggling to find decent docs for two NXP stm32 Nucleo
>> boards and
>> after a great deal of searching wondering if they even exist. The
>> are the NUCLEO-STM32F031K6 and NUCLEO-STM32030R8. If anybody has
>> specific schematics for these boards I'd greatly appreciate a
>> copy or
>> pointer. (the schematic for "STM32F031K6 HAL UART Interrupts
>> problem" is
>> not it). Is there a regional NXP AE that I could call about this?
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