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stm32-enc28j60 - An enc28j60 (cheap ethernet module) library for stm32 project, generated by STM32CubeMX
An implementation of ENC28J60 driver for STM32 MCU. Tested only on sending UDP packets and only on MCUs STM32F091xC, STM32F030x6 and STM32F103xB. If you need to use another STM32 MCU then don't forget to edit file inc/stm32includes.h.
EtherCard is a driver for the Microchip ENC28J60 chip, compatible with Arduino IDE. It is adapted and extended from code written by Guido Socher and Pascal Stang. High-level routines are provided to allow a variety of purposes including simple data transfer through to HTTP handling.
EtherCard is a driver for the ENC28J60 chip, compatible with Arduino IDE. Adapted and extended from code written by Guido Socher and Pascal Stang. The documentation for this library is at http://jeelabs.net/pub/docs/ethercard/.
This project is used to develop applications for the STM32 - ST's ARM Cortex-Mx MCUs. It uses cmake and GCC, along with newlib (libc), STM32CubeMX or ChibiOS. First of all you need to configure toolchain and libraries, you can do this by editing gcc_stm32.cmake or, preferably, by passing it through the command line.
PJON® (Padded Jittering Operative Network) is an Arduino compatible, multi-master, multi-media network protocol. It proposes a Standard, it is designed as a framework and implements a totally software emulated network protocol stack that can be easily cross-compiled on many architectures like ATtiny, ATmega, ESP8266, ESP32, STM32, Teensy, Raspberry Pi, Linux, Windows x86 and Apple machines. It is a valid tool to quickly and comprehensibly build a network of devices. Visit wiki and documentation to know more about the PJON Standard. Feel free to send a pull request sharing something you have made that could help. If you want to support us you can also try to solve an issue. Thank you for your support.
elixir_ale provides high level abstractions for interfacing to GPIOs, I2C buses and SPI peripherals on Linux platforms. Internally, it uses the Linux sysclass interface so that it does not require platform-dependent code. elixir_ale works great with LEDs, buttons, many kinds of sensors, and simple control of motors. In general, if a device requires high speed transactions or has hard real-time constraints in its interactions, this is not the right library. For those devices, it is recommended to look at other driver options, such as using a Linux kernel driver.
Jumentum-SOC is a programming environment for NXP ARM microcontrollers. It turns your LPC2000 with ENC28J60-based ethernet or LPC1768/2368/2378 into an autonomous controller that is programmable through Ethernet using a BASIC-derived language.
This is an implementation of a WiFi NAT router on the esp8266 and esp8285. It also includes support for a packet filtering firewall with ACLs, port mapping, traffic shaping, hooks for remote monitoring (or packet sniffing), an MQTT management interface, and power management. For a setup with multiple routers in a mesh to cover a larger area a new mode "Automesh" has been included https://github.com/martin-ger/esp_wifi_repeater#automesh-mode . NEW feature: OTA update support - see https://github.com/martin-ger/esp_wifi_repeater#ota-over-the-air-update-support .
A free/libre/open-source firmware library (previously known as libopenstm32) for various ARM Cortex-M3 microcontrollers, including ST STM32, Toshiba TX03, Atmel SAM3U, NXP LPC1000 and others. Sourcecode and bugtracker can be found at http://github.com/libopencm3
TinyEKF is a simple C/C++ implementation of the Extended Kalman Filter that is general enough to use on different projects. In order to make it practical for running on Arduino, STM32, and other microcontrollers, it uses static (compile-time) memory allocation (no "new" or "malloc"). The examples folder includes an Arduino example of sensor fusion. The extras/python folder includes an abstract Python class that you can use to prototype your EKF before implementing it in C/C++. The extrasc/c folder contains a "pure C" example from the literature. Arduino users can simply install or drag the whole TinyEKF folder into their Arduino libraries folder. The examples/SensorFusion folder contains a little sensor fusion example using a BMP180 barometer and LM35 temperature sensor. I have run this example on an Arduino Uno and a Teensy 3.2. The BMP180, being an I^2C sensor, should be connected to pins 4 (SDA) and 5 (SCL) of the Uno, or pins 18 (SDA) and 19 (SCL) of the Teensy. For other Arduino boards, consult the documentation on the Wire library. The analog output from the LM35 should go to the A0 pin of your Arduino or Teensy.
A Swift library for hardware projects on Linux/ARM boards with support for GPIOs/SPI/I2C/PWM/UART/1Wire. This library provides an easy way to interact with external sensors and devices using the digital GPIOs, SPI/I2C interfaces, 1-Wire buses, PWM signals and serial ports that boards like the Raspberry Pi provide, on Linux using Swift.
A scheme (lisp) interpreter written in ARM assembly language (ARM7TDMI, ARM920T, Cortex-M3) for education, robotics, wearable devices. Tested on NXP LPC-1300,1700,2000, ATMEL AT91SAM7, STM STR711, STR911, STM32, CIRRUS EP9302, LMI LM3S1968, TI OMAP.