STMICROELECTRONICS  STM32F4DIS-WIFI  ADD ON BOARD, WIFI, STM32F4-DISCOVERY

STMICROELECTRONICS STM32F4DIS-WIFI

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STM32F4DIS-WIFI is a WiFi extension which connects to the STM32F4 Discovery using serial host interface (UART or SPI).
  • 2.4GHz IEEE 802.11b/g/n
  • Support AP/STA dual mode
  • Built in TCP/IP Stack, HTTP, DHCP, DNS and web server
  • Support WPA/WPA2 PSK security
  • WiFi SN8200 module chipset include Broadcom BCM43362 and STM32
  • Host interface UART, SPI interface & standalone
  • Other Interface GPIO, ADC, DAC, I2C
  • JTAG interface for debugging
  • Power options 5V power jack, mini USB plug

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  • Core Architecture: ARM
  • Core Sub-Architecture: Cortex-M3
  • Features: Murata SN8200 WI-FI Net Controller, On board STM32F1 Cortex-M3 Device
  • For Use With: Cortex-M4 STM32F4 Discovery Mainboard
  • Kit Contents: Discover Wi-Fi Board only
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Silicon Core Number: STM32F107VC
  • Silicon Family Name: STM32F1xx
  • Silicon Manufacturer: STMicroelectronics

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I have bought a 5V/4A adapter that I use with my other development kits including Riotboard. Can I use my adapter with Discover WiFi board (part number STM32F4DIS-WIFI)?
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Yes you can use it. Discover WiFi board needs 5V/2A. I guess you have not set the J5 to DC. It is on USB by default.
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“Discover WiFi” can work standalone. What is the advantage for working alone (part number STM32F4DIS-WIFI)?
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The main advantage is to save cost on additional host microcontroller. Also it save space and make it easier to use it.
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How can I update the firmware of WiFi board(part number STM32F4DIS-WIFI)?
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Step by step instructions can be found at “Discover WiFi users manual V1.5” ( page 46 on Appendix) . You can download this document from Element14 website.
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As for connecting Discover WiFi (part number STM32F4DIS-WIFI) to STMF4 Discovery kit, I see a picture on page 12 of the “Discover WiFi users manual V1.5”. But the boards that I have, are mirrored?
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Yes you are right. Please follow up the board connection according to explanation.
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Where can I find sample program for discover WiFi board (part number STM32F4DIS-WIFI)?
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Sample programs are part of your software. You can download your software on Element14 web site. Note that it needs a code number. This code number can be found on the one sheet paper that is inside the board box. This software pack includes wonderful resources for you as a beginner to professional designer. Also you can refer to Element14 community. Always you can find great notes and ideas inside the discussions.
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Does the Wifi board (part number STM32F4DIS-WIFI) have any software loaded onto it ?
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The board has the TCP/IP Stack preinstalled which enables it to connect to a Wi-Fi network and to set up all standard Wi-Fi parameters, such as encryption and Wi-Fi security supplicant supporting WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK. It includes a HTTP, DHCP, DNS, and Web Server. This makes sure that Wi-Fi projects are up and off the ground quickly
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How do I power the board (part number STM32F4DIS-WIFI)?
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The Wi-Fi add-on Board may be powered by a 5V DC jack or by a mini-USB plug.
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Can the board run independently, or does it need to be connected to a controller board to work (part number STM32F4DIS-WIFI)?
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The Wifi board can serve as an independent standalone Wi-Fi station or network controller.
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Which interface does the Wifi board (part number STM32F4DIS-WIFI) use to communicate with the controller board ?
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The Wifi board has included a choice of UART and/or SPI host interfaces
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Could the microcontroller on board the Wifi module be utilised further (part number STM32F4DIS-WIFI)?
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Yes, the on board ST ARM Cortex-M3 MCU has many peripherals available such as ADC, DAC, I2C, GPIO that may be used for sensors or other applications if the Wifi board is intended to be used without a host CPU.
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