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EVALUATION KIT, W RF CONTROL KIT

STM32W-RFCKIT - EVALUATION KIT, W RF CONTROL KIT

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Manufacturer Part No:
STM32W-RFCKIT
Newark Part No.:
39T7141
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

STM32W-RFCKIT is a low cost RF Control Kit using STM32W which is based on point to point wireless control applications. It includes everything required by beginners and experienced users to start developing RF control systems. The remote board and receiver board (USB dongle) of STM32W RF control kit uses the STM32W microcontroller. Both boards are also fitted with an STM32F103 microcontroller providing an easy to connect solution to a PC via USB. Debug capabilities are provided by a mini-JTAG connector interface on the remote board (not fitted).
  • STM32W system on chip 32bit ARM Cortex-M3 processor
  • 2.4GHz IEEE 802.15.4 transceiver and lower MAC
  • Flash memory upgrade capability via USB
  • ARM Serial Wire Debug (SWD) interface (Remote board)
  • Designed to be powered by USB or with 2 AAA batteries (Remote board)
  • Two user defined LEDs (green and yellow)
  • Five push buttons to create easy to use remote functions (Remote board)
  • Interoperable with other STM32W tool boards to enlarge wireless network capabilities
  • 802.15.4, ZigBee RF4CE wireless protocols

Applications

RF Communications

Contents

One remote board and one receiver board.

Product Information

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STMicroelectronics
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STM32
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Wireless Development
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Point-to-Point Wireless Power Control
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Receiver Board, Remote Board
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hi
i have bought a stm32w-rf control kit and i am trying to run stmouse using zid profile of rf4ce library . but there is some problems with pairing of mouse and dongle ( cold start dosn't work).
is there anyone who face this? how con i fix that?

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another question:
there was a demo on boards when i bought . how can i find its cods or at least its .bin or .s37 files?
i fund nothing on st.com of demo cods...:(

thank u. :)
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Please refer to the below kit's user manual, and follow the instructions given in section-2 "Running the STM32W-RFCKIT RF control kit"
http://www.st.com/st-web-ui/static/active/en/resource/technical/document/user_manual/CD00297658.pdf

You can download the firmware of the kit from below link:
http://www.st.com/web/en/catalog/tools/PF258146

Download STM32W108 ZigBee RF4CE (STSW-STM32038) firmware:
http://www.st.com/web/en/catalog/tools/FM147/CL1794/SC961/SS1743/PF257874?s_searchtype=keyword

There is an Kit board revision numbers provided in user manual and corresponding *.c file is provided in 'Utilities' folder.
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