Free PCB project——STM32 Radio-Frequency Board
Philip Salmony (Phil's Lab YouTube Channel), from Germany, studied at the University of Cambridge in England
Full Article link：https://github.com/pms67/STRF-KicadProject Introduction:
The STRF (STM32 Radio-Frequency Board) is a very simple and small board that allows 2.4 GHz radio connectivity (transmitting and receiving) via USB. It contains a USB-compatible STM32 microcontroller that interfaces via SPI with an industry-standard NRF24 RF transceiver operating at 2.4 GHz.
The board connects to a host system (PC, companion computer, etc.) and can be controlled from there. I developed this board to demonstrate how to create a very simple but effective platform using RF, USB, and an MCU.
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