Installation and application of STM32CubeMX

1, The development environment equipped with stm32 is to install STM32CubeMX

1. Install jdk

Since STM32CubeMX is implemented in Java, the jdk environment needs to be installed

Download address: Java Downloads | Oracle

2. Install stm32CubeMX (address naming, etc. do not appear in Chinese during installation)

 STM32CubeMX - STM32Cube initialization code generator - STMicroelectronics

2, Use CubeMX new project to light LED lights

1. New project

  (1) Create a new project and select the model you need

  (2) Modular sys interface

(3) Configure the pin. According to the keil5 configuration pin in the previous article, only PA1, PB0 and PB5 need to be set to GPIO_ Just out.


(4) Clock source configuration

The default clock is an internal RC oscillator.  

The place shown in the figure is changed to 72 enter.

(5) Engineering Management

Do not appear in Chinese in all naming

Click Code Generator in the upper left corner to configure the next step.

  Click GENERATE CODE in the upper right corner to create a project and open the project file


2. New code

1. The code is as follows



  In the while loop under the main function of the main.c file, add the above lines of code.

2. Compiling and burning code

Compile and run the code without error.

3. Result display

  3, MDK5 observes the output waveform of three GPIO ports

1. Set simulation mode

2. The compilation run has no errors

3. Modal session

4. Turn on the logic analyzer

5. Click setup to add the IO port to be observed to the logic analyzer


Create a new target port for inputting PORTA.,PORTB. And set the Display Type to Bit



  The simulation diagram is shown in the figure:


4, Serial communication, send Hello Windows example

To install the driver software, connect the J-link to the computer.

Hardware connection reference led water lamp production blog STM32F103C8T6 lighting LED water lamp details_ Xiao Yang's diligent blog - CSDN blog


When installed, check whether the device manager has a port.


After you have a port, you can refer to the STM32CubeMX code above or write it directly.

After compiling and running without errors, burn it into the chip.

The code reference is as follows:

Code under usart.c

Under the SYSTEM group, double-click usart.c, uart_init function

void uart_init(u32 pclk2,u32 bound)
	float temp;
	u16 mantissa;
	u16 fraction;	   
	temp=(float)(pclk2*1000000)/(bound*16);//Get USARTDIV
	mantissa=temp;				 //Get integer part
	fraction=(temp-mantissa)*16; //Get decimal part	 
	RCC->APB2ENR|=1<<2;   //Enable PORTA port clock  
	RCC->APB2ENR|=1<<14;  //Enable serial port clock 
	GPIOA->CRH&=0XFFFFF00F;//IO status settings
	GPIOA->CRH|=0X000008B0;//IO status settings 
	RCC->APB2RSTR|=1<<14;   //Reset serial port 1
	RCC->APB2RSTR&=~(1<<14);//Stop reset	   	   
	//Baud rate setting
 	USART1->BRR=mantissa; // Baud rate setting	 
	USART1->CR1|=0X200C;  //1 bit stop, no check bit
#if EN_USART1_RX 		  // If reception is enabled
	//Enable receive interrupt 
	USART1->CR1|=1<<5;    //Receive buffer non air interrupt enable	    	
	MY_NVIC_Init(3,3,USART1_IRQn,2);//Group 2, lowest priority 

  Write the following code in test.c:

#include "sys.h"
#include "usart.h"		
#include "delay.h"	 
int main(void)
	u16 t; u16 len; u16 times=0;
	Stm32_Clock_Init(9);	//System clock setting
	delay_init(72);	  		//Delay initialization
	uart_init(72,115200); 	//The serial port is initialized to 115200
			len=USART_RX_STA&0x3FFF;//Get the length of the data received this time
			printf("\r\n Hello Windows! \r\n\r\n");
				while((USART1->SR&0X40)==0);//Wait for sending to end
			printf("\r\n\r\n");//Insert wrap
			if(times%200==0)printf("Hello Windows!\r\n"); 

  Successfully burned after compilation


  5, According to the above example, observe the waveforms of PA9 and PA10


  6, Summary

  This time I learned to use STM32CubeMX to directly generate code, which makes compilation more convenient and fast in the future.

7, Reference

STM32 minimum core board F103 serial communication USART_ vic_ to_ CSDN blog

 Creating STM32 assembler based on MDK: serial port output Hello world_ssj925319 blog - CSDN blog

 [STM32] basic principle of serial communication (super basic and detailed version)_ Yngz_Miao's blog - CSDN blog_ Principle of serial communication


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Posted on Fri, 29 Oct 2021 06:42:24 -0400 by Siggles