Has anyone run into this situation-
I have a couple of evaluation SBCs, one using the
Intel® Atom™ SoC processor J1900/ E3825, one using the
Intel Bay Trail N2930 / N2807.
I've run a Labiew application and realterm, and can't get serial communication unless I
set a baud rate at 115200 or lower. Is there a uart driver update that will allow this?
If so where can I find this driver? Or is there a different set of API calls for higher rates?
The uart on the Atom will run up to 3 gigabaud, so that's not the issue.
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The SBC running the Baytrail is this:
The SBC running the Atom is this:
http://www.advantech.com/products/92d96fda-cdd3-409d-aae5-2e516c0f1b01/mio-2263/mod_3c9191fb-edf1-49... MIO-2263 - Intel® Atom™ SoC E3825/ J1900 Pico-ITX SBC, DDR3L, 24-bit LVDS, VGA or HDMI, 1 GbE, Half-size Mini PCIe, 4 US…
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http://www.advantech.com/contact/inquiryrequestform?subject=technical%2bsupport Contact - Advantech
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Thanks for your reply.
Intel can give you generic drivers that are unguaranteed to work properly with your third party implementation.
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