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Example Programs

The Keil MDK-ARM Development Tools download includes several example programs that are configured for the Keil MCBSTR730 Board.

Each example program is stored in a separate folder in \KEIL\ARM\BOARDS\KEIL\MCBSTR730\ along with project files that help you quickly build the project and run the program.

The following example programs are installed automatically:

    Displays converted analog value in hexadecimal representation on two 7 segment LED displays, output of the value in decimal notation on UART0.
    Identical to the BLINKY example, but uses the STM interrupt handler (see Note).
    A simple RTX Kernel based example which simulates the step-motor driver. Four LEDs blink, simulating the activation of the four output driver stages: Phase A, Phase B, Phase C, Phase D.


  • The STM interrupt handler implements a generic layer for interrupt functions that creates additional overhead. When using the Keil Advanced RTOS, the STM interrupt handler cannot be used. Therefore, we recommend writing interrupt functions using the Keil-style as described in Keil Examples.

More example projects and programs are available at:

These projects and programs let you start programming other features of the STR73x device, such as Interrupt-driven SIO, PWM and more.

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