Some of us have received stm32F4-discovery boards (free in the US).
A suggestion was made to have an arduino type shield for it, so I've started one!
For now just the headers are placed with signal names, using the corner of an 80mmx100mm board for reference. Board itself is 66mm x 97mm.
Looking for ideas on parts, board size, etc.
The board as delivered is better assembled to be plugged down onto a daughter card, instead of the other way around.
With appropriate connectors, a daughter card could be plugged on top.
Edit: Just got an e-mail from Avnet - series of seminars on using th stm32f4
"This seminar will include technical detail on the high performance STM32 F4 Cortex™-M4 core, system architecture, and advanced digital and analog peripherals featured in the STM32 F4 series.
Demonstrations will include how to start, develop and debug a project using the simple to use firmware libraries and low cost development tools and kits.
Attendees will receive a FREE STM32 F4 Discovery Kit featuring an STM32 F4 evaluation board, embedded ST-LINK/V2 USB interface debugging and programming access to numerous examples available from www.st.com
Register online at www.st.com/stm32f4avnet
Atlanta – Oct 11
Orlando – Oct 13
Cleveland – Oct 27
Vancouver – Nov 2
Philadelphia – Nov 3
Seattle – Nov 3
San Jose – Nov 9
Boston – Nov 15
Chicago – Nov 15
Dallas – Nov 17
Rochester – Nov 17
Orange County – Nov 29
Toronto – Nov 29
Minneapolis – Dec 1
Montreal – Dec 1
San Diego – Dec 1
Free Breakfast & Lunch too!
• Registration and Continental Breakfast
• Introduction to the STM32 F4 Series
• STM32 F4 High-Performance
• STM32 F4 High-Speed Connectivity Interfaces
• STM32 F4 Advanced Digital Peripherals
• STM32 F4 Advanced Analog Peripherals
• Lunch Served
1:00-2:30 — Demonstrations of:
• STM32 F4 Development and
• STM32 F4 Evaluation and Development Kits
• STM32 F4 Firmware Libraries