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April 15, 2008
about 12 years ago
Just an update. Was able to get the board to work with an ancient laptop with a DB9 port. Have narrowed it down to possibly an errant driver for the USB to serial converter. Seems that Port 2 on the card is for NMEA output.
What's the secret to getting this evaluation board to work with the Copernicus DIP module? The computer recognizes the USB port, power gets to the board by
the red LED lighting. I have the 4800 speed set in
the COM 5 port. I have an antenna plugged into the SMA
connection. The switches are set correctly I think to
USB / INT. I don't have a coin battery for it yet but I don't think that is needed to get the thing to run. Do
I have a bad board?
No public wish lists :(