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CY8CKIT-04942xx, problem with the UART_TX01 project.

Summary: 6 Replies, Latest post by Bob Marlowe on 27 Sep 2016 10:56 AM PDT
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I added the Bootloadable component, removed the LCD component, and changed the Baud rate to 31250 (standard for MIDI), edited main.c to create an endless loop transmitting 3 characters every second.   Programming is successful (takes about 10-15 seconds).  But Verify fails with cannot read data from device.  The debugger cannot find the target device.

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Welcome in the forum.

Double post. I repeat the answer here again:

The CY8CKIT-049 42xx has no debugging capabilities. Programming this kit can only be done using the bootloader host program. You will have to use a miniprog3 when wanting to debug. Have a look into the documentation at c:\Programme(x86)\Cypress where you find entries for every kit you successfully installed.

 

Bob

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Post your code so we can check it.

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Ok, here's the project bundle.

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I should be seeing a UART signal on pin 0.1.  What am I missing?

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Oops.  Since I selected "external" clock, that means I supply a clock signal.  Obvious now that I see it.  The board really is just a chip and the board beaks out the pins.  I'll look at the Pioneer board to see what clock it has.

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Remove the interrupt. Uncheck the Tx interrupt. Increase the Tx Buffer size to ~80. Use UART_1_PutChar().

 

Happy coding

Bob

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