nRF52832

  • Getting Started with Zephyr RTOS on Nordic nRF52832 hackaBLE 1

Getting Started with Zephyr RTOS on Nordic nRF52832 hackaBLE

Introduction I worked for almost two decades in the software industry. In the early 2000s, I was developing applications on Windows, Linux, and various flavours of Unix. On the Windows side, we had Microsoft Visual Studio, MFC, NMake, and CL. On the Linux/Unix side, we had GCC, POSIX and various

By |2019-06-26T05:48:41+05:30February 21st, 2019|
  • How to use hackaBLE with Arduino IDE 2

How to use hackaBLE with Arduino IDE

If you are planning to buy a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) board or want to incorporate BLE functionality in your product, then hackaBLE could be a great candidate for the job! hackaBLE is a tiny Open Source Nordic nRF52832 based BLE development board developed by Electronut Labs that you can

By |2019-09-24T19:05:57+05:30January 28th, 2019|
  • Bare Metal ARM Programming on Nordic nRF5 BLE SoCs 3

Bare Metal ARM Programming on Nordic nRF5 BLE SoCs

This post will have enough information to help someone understand the startup code and all the intermediate files present in a bare metal C project for a microcontroller. This will be explained through a minimal blinky example for nRF52832, that pulls no external dependencies. Over here at Electronut Labs, we

By |2019-09-22T21:56:07+05:30September 10th, 2018|
  • Driving WS2812B LEDs using I2S on the Nordic nRF52832 BLE SoC 5

Driving WS2812B LEDs using I2S on the Nordic nRF52832 BLE SoC

It's hard not to like a project with blinking LEDs. Red, Green, Blue, Yellow,... and then there are RGB LEDs where you have three lines to control the colour. In 2010 WorldSemi launched the WS2812 - an RGB LED and driver chip integrated into one package, which could be daisy-chained

By |2017-08-17T18:30:00+05:30August 17th, 2017|
  • Bluey Beacon - Building a Nordic nRF52832 BLE IoT Sensor Beacon 6

Bluey Beacon – Building a Nordic nRF52832 BLE IoT Sensor Beacon

A BLE Beacon In this project, we're going to build a BLE Beacon that transmits temperature, humidity and ambient light levels to a dashboard on the internet. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is a technology that was designed from the ground up to reduce power consumption. It's common for BLE devices

By |2017-07-08T18:30:00+05:30July 8th, 2017|