In the previous chapters, we have discussed the design of capacitive touch sensors, as well as the operating principles of touch sensing microcontrollers (MCUs).
Now, it’s time to combine our knowledge into a realistic application: we will design a capacitive touch sensor, and we will virtually connect it to a controller of the STM32 series. Then, we will simulate the performance of the entire capacitive touch system
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Written by the Fieldscale team with content from Kostas Mpazirgiannis, along with contributions from Giorgos Papazoglou.