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- Mon Sep 25, 2017 8:22 pm
- Forum: General discussion
- Topic: Dhrystone and Whetstone Benchmarks for STM32F103
- Replies: 173
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That board has its own thread here... ->viewtopic.php?t=1276
- Mon Sep 25, 2017 8:10 pm
- Forum: Builds and Announcements
- Topic: New registratiion rules to reduce bot registration
- Replies: 8
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I'm not sure how reliable the geo-location results are likely to be. My ISP thinks I'm in Bath. :lol: You might think they would be slightly closer, since they do actually manage to send me a bill every month to the correct address. I guess they did actually manage to get the correct hemisphere, if ...
I would think it unlikely that the STM32F103XXX that we see are clones or copies, since that would imply some pretty sophisticated entity had cloned them. However they might conceivably be "recovered" in some "hot wok" chip recovery enterprise in the back streets, from some common consumer grade pro...
@Pito - a mate of mine at school had an Avometer (An ex/surplus Post Office Telephones model 8 if I remember correctly), but that was out of my price range at the time. They are now worth more than they were then. Perhaps I should have invested in old Avometers, couldn't have done any worse than my ...
The first multimeter I had, was a made in china number from the late 1970s, the strange thing is you can still pick up an almost identical device today. http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/ueoAAOSwNw5ZicYq/s-l1600.jpg They appear to be even cheaper now than they were when I bought mine (and probably just ...
OK Its not new, since it was produced in 1944, and describing it as a "multi-meter" is a slight exaggeration as it only has two ranges, 0 to 250V DC and 0 to 15V DC. I saw it lying in a box of junk at a car boot sale, and decided it was worth a quid, so I now have yet another multimeter. https://lh3...
- Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:53 pm
- Forum: Ideas & suggestions
- Topic: Differential ADC (ADC1-ADC2)
- Replies: 14
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I wonder how "white/pink" the noise is. Given that most of it is likely to originate from the digital domain I suspect it pretty non-linear, and it may be possible to suppress it to some degree if we know what sort of spectrum it has.
- Thu Sep 14, 2017 12:15 am
- Forum: Projects
- Topic: Repair DIBAL M350 by using STM32F103
- Replies: 2
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