Hello again here.
Today I did some fancy thing I was planning for some time. Replaced chip on one of my "BluePill" boards with STM32F303 microcontroller.
Sure I am not the first one doing that, I know. Many have thoughts that would be nice if chinese manufacturers would make cheap "F303 Pills", but there are none (AFAIK). So, we can make one, pinouts are the same as F103. Here my pictures:http://bildites.lv/a/pjuhvaf5#6jv5nwen
One of pics shows this board running tomeko.net "MiniScope v2d" firmware.
I thought, maybe that is something to consider here in our "O-Scope" variations. If someone write code for F303 (better ADCs, etc), with such BluePill conversion we have "drop-in, pin-compatible" hardware.
Technically, I did "blow off" old chip with hot air pistol, and soldered STM32F303CBT6 in place.
Just got my brand new F303's
Have to desolder ( "blow off"
or X-acto cut) the F103's and solder the new ones
I haven't checked yet but is there "arduino" support for the F303?
P.S. I've also got the F429's soldered on an adapter to start messing with them
but that's another story