[time-nuts] TAPR GPS Experimenters Kit
kd4pbj at gmail.com
Tue Jun 13 23:12:17 EDT 2017
I have my board packaged up and am trying to get it working.
Last night I built the cable to split out serial, 1 PPS and power.
My unit powers up, and the 1 PPS and RxD LEDs are flashing and the green power LED is solid on.
However I can't get serial to work and the TxD LED isn't flashing.
I verified the pinout of the cable I made with a DMM. Pins 2 and 3 are swapped between connectors so the RX is going to TX for each of the two lines and pin 5 ground is the same on both D sub 9 connectors.
I have tried Lady Heather, Tboltmon, and even just pulling up hyperterminal and I'm getting nothing.
My settings are COM1 9600 8-N-1 and I'm using a Dell laptop that has an actual serial port and am running XP.
When I'm Thunderbolt Monitor program, the green TX LED icon on the screen flashes and when it does the RxD lights on the M12+.
Just no TxD coming out of the M12+.
Has anyone else had a problem with this? If so is it fixable?
> On Jun 3, 2017, at 11:22 AM, Gregory Beat <w9gb at icloud.com> wrote:
> Jerry -
> I rarely use "raw" Oncore M12 commands these days, using one of the 3 common PC programs: Lady Heather, TAC32/SynTAC, M12Oncore(old Moto pgm).
> How are you routing that 1 PPS signal? Does your front LED pulse?
> I wire 1 PPS to the DCD pin (DE-9M, standard RS-232), TAC32 can be configured for "which pin" (DE-9M) to sense that PPS signal.
> This is why I prefer to use Mark Sims' Lady Heather or Rick Hambly's TAC32.
> TAC32 program has a quick setting for config. receiver as Timing or Navigation.
> IF you continue to have issues, perform the Hardware Reset (Lady Heather).
> That will return your receiver to default factory with cleared settings.
> Greg, Funny.
> Some of the Lucent boxes have been in strange places as well.
> Can you please check your PPS to see if you get a signal when in that other mode (where it needs at least one sat locked)?
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