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December 11, 2008
about 5 years ago
Very good tip. Thanks!
After struggling with the same issue for a few hours, I managed to do what you said, by using the Arduino itself as a serial adapter.
1. I removed the ATMega from the arduino.
2.connected the rx/tx pins on the arduino, to pins 2 and 3 on the sm5100 breakout board.
3. using a terminal program, connected at 115200 baud, and sent at+ipr=9600
4. disconnected and reconnected at 9600 - and - walla. I got the long expected +SIND sequence.
Thanks, and I hope this will help someone else.
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