Kongduino kindly sent me a WisDuo RAK3272s few weeks ago, it is a a breakout board for RAK nice module (RAK3172) around the STM32WL5 system on chip from ST. Let’s see how to use STM32 CubeMX to generate the initialization files and the LoRaWAN stack, then setup Visual Studio code debugger.
Step by step guide to do a custom USB HID device on STM32 using ST CubeMX. There
addressing it but without any details for beginners.
I will use my custom board based on STM32L0, but any Nucleo can be used by wiring a USB cable to 5V, GND, USB_D+, USB_D-.
For a project, I need media keys (play, volume, mute, …) and a way to lock a computer under Windows (Windows+L keys). There is a lot of HID keyboard descriptors on the Internet, some are for keyboards + media but all contain at least one unused byte… Not a good thing for embedded systems with constraint memory. Why? The descriptor can be found in USB-IF example (Appendix B) and describe a boot compatible keyboard. So unless you need your keyboard in boot menus, this byte can be dropped. Also, the example defines 6 simultaneous keys, I decreased it to three as I don’t need more.
printf()function with SMT32 HAL and redirect
LOG()calls to it.
After the STM32L151, I am now designing a board for STM32L052. Following are some notes about ST application notes I read to design an board.