The Nordic Semiconductor nRF52832 is a Bluetooth radio that just happens to be supported by an awesome ARM Cortex-M4F CPU that chunks bits at 64 MHz. This time in our series of discussions, we’re going to concentrate on exploring the nuances of the nRF52832’s Timer and GPIO peripherals and how to take advantage of them.
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