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RE: [bluetooth-dev] No signal on serial line if no module on other side ?
Maybe it is due to flow control...
If the flow control is enable on your pc, I think no signal could be send on
tx pin until you connect a device which manage the flow control.
If you use UART interface look at the signal cts and rts with your oscillo
on both side pc and module when there are disconnected it will maybe give
you some explainations
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De?: Alain Paschoud [mailto:email@example.com]
> Envoye?: vendredi 1 fevrier 2002 16:05
> A?: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Objet?: [bluetooth-dev] No signal on serial line if no module
> on other side ?
> I've a very original problem. I am trying the CSR module, but
> for a reason I don't understand, no signal arrives on the
> bluetooth module. So I decided to see with the oscilloscope
> if I got a signal on Tx line of the PC. Here is the problem :
> 1) If an Ericsson ROK module is wired to the PC, I can see
> the first command sent by the PC on my oscilloscope (and the
> reponse too).
> 2) I unwire the ROK module, put the oscilloscope on the Tx
> pin of the cable wired to the PC, and I make the same
> operation as number 1).
> 3) If I wire my new hardware with a CSR module, the result is
> the same.
> Result : I've no signal on the Tx line of the PC... so of
> course no response from the CSR module.
> I really don't understand what happen. If I use a simple
> terminal (as kermit), I recieve the data on the other side,
> but If I use openBT, no data are sent if there is no module
> at the other side.
> I know this seems a bit strange. But these are my
> observations. If someone have an explanation, I'll be very interested.
> Alain Paschoud SMARTDATA SA
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