STM32F10x Standard Peripherals Firmware Library: STM32F10x Standard Peripherals Library. The STM32F10x Standard Peripherals Library is a complete package, consisting of device drivers for all of the standard device peripherals, for STM32 Value line(High, Medium and Low), Connectivity line, XL-, High-, Medium- and Low- Density Devices 32-bit Flash microcontrollers.
This library is a firmware package which contains a collection of routines, data structures and macros covering the features of STM32 peripherals. It includes a description of the device drivers plus a set of examples for each peripheral. The firmware library allows any device to be used in the user application without the need for in-depth study of each peripheral’s specifications. Using the Standard Peripherals Library has two advantages: it saves significant time that would otherwise be spent in coding, while simultaneously reducing application development and integration costs.
The STM32F10x Standard Peripherals Library is full CMSIS compliant. The manual is structured as follows: Standard Peripherals Library. ARM projects. By Martin THOMAS Please: Before asking any questions by e-mail or in the forum make sure that you are using the latest version of the examples and/or tools.
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