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Posted on Wednesday, December 19th, 2018 in how-to by DP

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Jean-Claude has made a series of blog posts on using the Controller Area Network (CAN) bus:

This is the first of what I expect to become a multi-part article series on the CAN bus. I’d like to describe the features of CAN which I find particularly elegant and useful, and will introduce a simple driver I have implemented for it as part of the JeeH library. Along the way, I’ll try to illustrate its use with a variety of small demo apps, running on either a Blue Pill (i.e. F103), or one of the STM32F4 µC families.

Check out Jeelabs’ 6-part blog post here:
Part 1 – Intro
Part 2 – Access
Part 3  – STM32
Part 4 – JeeH API
Part 5 – Demo
Part 6 – Single-wire

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