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STM32 ‘thinner client’ with composite video

Posted on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 in Chips by Ian

This is a STM32 ARM-based thin client that uses a TV as an output device.

SMD projects on home-etched boards are fun to made. Don’t fear SMD, it’s cheaper, readily available, and surprisingly easy to solder with a little flux.

Via Hack a Day.

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One Response to “STM32 ‘thinner client’ with composite video”

  1. zbyno brudny says:

    Did you use a Spi-port? I want to use STM32F3 for QVGA 3bpp. Videobufer will be inner STM32-Sram.
    I need advise

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