|Subject:||Re: [Paparazzi-devel] LIS302DL accelerometer on STM32F4_discovery board|
|Date:||Wed, 23 Oct 2013 13:04:19 +0200|
what do you think about a driver for the STM32F3?
There exists a solution for openpilot (https://github.com/lilvinz/OpenPilot/wiki/How-to-build-the-discovery) and pitxhawk
You need only a barometer and a GPS (currently < 14 Euro for the navilog ttl407) module to make it.
A autopilot electronic below 50 Euro.
The new pitxhawk use the STM MEMS sensors and the nuttx OS.
Felix Ruess schrieb:
I started writing a driver for the LIS302DL accel which is on the STM32F4_discovery board.However I can't even seem to read back the device id from the WHO_AM_I register via SPI1 and now I've run out of time that I can spend on this.The driver is basically done, but obviously there is still an error somewhere (either in the SPI mcu_periph for SPI1 on the F4, or the lis302dl_spi driver).
If someone wants to continue on this, it is in my lis302dl branch on github:I've added a test_lis302dl target to the stm32f4_discovery_test.xml airframe file.
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