Programming Naze32 with Arduino

The Naze32 is one of those iconic flight controller boards of the early days of FPV quads. It superseded the 8bit boards of the time and was the board to have. Fast forward to today, flight controller firmware has generally become much more complex with support for new features and increased flight performance. This left […]

Going Bare Metal on STM32

During the last couple of months I have started using my Blue Pill boards more often for even the smallest of projects and tests. When using them with STM32duino in the Arduino IDE they are just as easy to program as a normal Arduino UNO. In a previous post I gave more of an introduction […]

Getting started with STM32F1

If you are like me, you often find yourself opening some electronic device to see what makes it tick and maybe discover some new magic part. Recently this was the case with some new parts that I bought for my FPV drone and could not help noticing how many of these devices used STM micro-controllers. […]