Member Since: April 22, 2012

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  • Product PRT-08780 | about 10 months ago

    Just struggled with this for several days–if the serial device has the DB-9 plug, then it’s at RS-232 level. That makes it the computer (DTE) for the purpose of this shifter. The Arduino/Netduino at TTL level is the modem (DCE). Or, I’ve completely lost my mind, which is quite possible at this point.

  • Product PRT-00449 | about 10 months ago

    I’m wondering if UART dyslexia only applies to the pins, or whether the condition also includes an inability to figure out which side is the computer, and which side is the modem? After several days of troubleshooting, it finally occurred to me that the sensor I’m using can connect directly to a computer…which means it’s at RS-232 level…which means when I connect it to the TTL Netduino, the sensor is the computer, and the Netduino is the modem. No wonder it works, now!

  • Product DEV-10186 | about 2 years ago

    Using Eagle version 6.2.0 Light, there seems to be an error in the board layout file (line 1, column 2, Start tag expected).

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