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jtag [2019/08/19 08:26]
kingkevin [mini ST-LINK V2]
jtag [2019/09/05 19:14] (current)
kingkevin [mini ST-LINK V2]
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 Instead on an STM32F103, this dongle uses a [[http://​www.cksic.com/​en/​|CKS]] {{ :​jtag:​ic_mcu_cks_cks32f103xb.pdf|CS32F103}} (sometimes CKS32F103) ​ ({{ :​jtag:​ic_mcu_cks_cks32f103xb_en.pdf|datasheet translated to english}}). Instead on an STM32F103, this dongle uses a [[http://​www.cksic.com/​en/​|CKS]] {{ :​jtag:​ic_mcu_cks_cks32f103xb.pdf|CS32F103}} (sometimes CKS32F103) ​ ({{ :​jtag:​ic_mcu_cks_cks32f103xb_en.pdf|datasheet translated to english}}).
-I've seen pin compatible alternatives (ST STM8S003 vs Nuvoton N76E003), but they always had some differences (architecture,​ electrical pin properties,​...). +I've seen pin compatible alternatives (ST STM8S003 vs Nuvoton N76E003), even architecture compatible (ST STM32F103 vs GigeDevice GD32F103), but they always had some differences (architecture,​ electrical pin properties, registers, ...). 
-The CS32F103 seems like a complete clone of the STM32F103 (exact same pinout ​and architecture).+The CS32F103 seems like a complete clone of the STM32F103 (exact same pinoutarchitecture, registers).
 So far I could not not see any difference (I tested flash, USB, SWD). So far I could not not see any difference (I tested flash, USB, SWD).
 I guess this micro-controller is so popular that it was just a question of time until it was ripped-off. I guess this micro-controller is so popular that it was just a question of time until it was ripped-off.
jtag.txt · Last modified: 2019/09/05 19:14 by kingkevin