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Weather station project

Posted on Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 in wireless by DP

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Alvaro Prieto has been working on a wireless weather station project:

After playing around with the breakout boards, I decided it was time to integrate it all in a single board. I named it Chaac.
This is where I ran into issues with MBED. Making the board support package (BSP) for a custom board was not trivial. Another issue was that I couldn’t get the low-power modes working quite right. At the same time, I decided to ditch GPS, since the weather station is unlikely to move without my knowledge . With the new requirements, I ended up switching to an STM32L432KC based board.

See the full post on his blog.

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