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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Hardware specifications to run paparazzi

From: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heinrich Warmers
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Hardware specifications to run paparazzi
Date: Fri, 07 Nov 2014 14:40:54 +0100
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it may be possible, but with a lot of restrictions.
Currently the code is to large to fit in 128Kbytes.
You have to deactivate a lot of messages.
The new autopilots use the STM32 M4 types.

Cheap pcbs  are the Ollimex  STM32 H405  (15-18 Euro),
or the STM Discovery F4  also about  17 Euros with a debug interface.
You can use the  interface with other STM32  systems

In combination with with the drotek 10DOM IMU (
you can built a autopilot  below  50 Euros.

This pcb's run out of the box with paparazzi after same time to learn the configuration.


j.lee-3 schrieb:

I want to use paparazzi software on an open source embedded system called
OpenCM9.04 which uses STM32F103 as the micro processor. It only has the
flash memory of 128Kbytes as the name suggests.
I'm quite new to this area of embedded systems and I was wondering if it is
possible to run paparazzi software on this board. To put it differently,
what is the minimum specifications of the embedded board to run the
paparazzi software ?
My apologies for such a question (I really do not have any idea on it) but I
just needed a quick answer.

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