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    • Alexander Potashev's avatar
      RT76276. Add support for STMicroelectronics STM3240G-EVAL board · f271a6db
      Alexander Potashev authored
      * Clone the board-specific files from those used for the STM3220G-EVAL board.
      * Change STM3220G-EVAL to STM3240G-EVAL where appropriate.
      * cpu/arm_cortexm3/stm32/clock.c: Add support for clock rates up to 168 MHz.
      * Ethernet driver: Implement us/ms delays not tied to CPU clock rate.
      * Ethernet driver: Add `stm_phy_wait_busy()` to reduce code duplication.
      * Raise system clock rate from 120 MHz to 168 MHz.
      * Update PSRAM timings.
      * Disable the PSRAM Synchronous Burst Mode.
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    • Yuri Tikhonov's avatar
      RT72064. stm32f2: move reg definitions to appropriate c-files · 300a296d
      Yuri Tikhonov authored
      Previously, all these were located in stm32f2.h. As for me, that
      was better: these definitions are really CPU-specific (describe
      the CPU specific registers and their fields), and have no rela-
      tion to driver or anything else c-code; latters just use them. So,
      my opinion is that their place in stm32f2.h header, not in c-files.
      
      The only positive thing here: is more clear stm32f2.h file.
      
      Note, the definitions used by several files (e.g. RCC regs base, used
      by clock.c and stm32f2_serial.c) I kept in stm32f2.h. The same about
      C-types of register maps.
      Signed-off-by: default avatarYuri Tikhonov <yur@emcraft.com>
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