The highly affordable STM32 Nucleo boards allow anyone to try out new ideas and to quickly create prototypes with any STM32 MCU.
Sharing the same connectors, STM32 Nucleo boards can easily be extended with a large number of specialized application hardware add-ons (Nucleo-64 include Arduino Uno rev3 & ST morpho connectors, Nucleo-32 include Arduino Nano connectors).
The STM32 Nucleo boards integrate an ST-Link debugger/programmer, so there is no need for a separate probe.
A comprehensive STM32 software HAL library together with various software examples are provided with the STM32 Nucleo boards, and seamlessly work with a wide range of development environments including IAR EWARM, Keil MDK-ARM, mbed and GCC/LLVM-based IDEs.
All STM32 Nucleo users have free access to the mbed online resources (compiler, C/C++ SDK, and developer community) at www.mbed.org allowing to build a complete application in only a few minutes.
This video demonstrates operations with NUCLEO-WB55RG, display of spectrum and carrier signal on spectrum analyzer.
STM32 step-by-step is a learning program, and is part of the STM32 Education initiative, designed for anyone interested in getting started on building projects with the STM32 microcontroller and its powerful ecosystem of development boards and software programming tools.
In this video Michael Andre, CEO of WIZZILAB presents their products to us, a triple stack solution for LPWAN technologies, including Sigfox, LoraWan and the Dash7 alliance which leverages many products from STMicroelectronics.