Rick Kimball wrote:I started messing with the STM32F0 stuff before i spent any time on the larger M3/M4 chips. One of the things I liked about them is you can get the stm32f051k8 in a LQFP-32 with .8 mm pitch. This package is much more solderable to my old eyes than the .5 mm ones. Also, you can plop them on the break out boards you find on ebay.
Heh, then I found these $5 ebay stm32f103c8 boards and I never looked back.
aneespk wrote:Please reply and support .
I am planing some project in STM32F0 based controller.It is low cost and support more peripherals.
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