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The STM32 is the third ARM family by STMicroelectronics. It follows their earlier STR9 family based on the ARM9E core, and STR7 family based on the ARM7TDMI core. The STM32 is based on the ARM Cortex-M family of cores.

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I am designing a board with an stm32f722 MCU (64 pin version) and I can't afford to waste / not use any GPIO. My question is following: Is there an option to only use the Rx-pin of a uart / usart so …
asked Dec 22 '17 by Lukas