http://forum.niosforum.com/work2/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/huh.gifHi all, When I try to make a custom UART work on my board(for receiving only), I set the stdin as the UART, stdout and stderr as the JTAG UART. I program to make the info the UART receives print on the console(also the output of JTAG UART). However, I find the UART can only receive a group of info correctly for *only once*(it can receive a group info for one time,the code length is fixed), after that,there would come out some strange code out of order or some code without any meaning in the following loop of my program. Fortunately,from the output of the first receiving, I suppose there seems no lost info or any code of my program. The info received for the first time is indeed what I want. So I hold several questions here: 1)Becausewhen I change the stdout to Com1(named "Debug_uart" in my design),the console can only display several correct code,much less than the quantity it should display. I think the reason is due to the unbalance of the 115200 baud rate of the Com1 Uart and the 9600 baud rate of my custom UART.So I want to ask: Is this problem has any relationship with the baud rate of JTAG UART? 2)What is the baud rate of the JTAG UART? 3)I had verified the same code in NiosI, everything was OK then. Therefore,here,I wonder is this problem caused by something inside the NiosII? Thank you in advance! Regards, Don
The JTAG UART doesn't have a baud rate, it runs as fast as necessary to transfer the data.I think your problem is likely to be related to flow control. The standard UART doesn't have flow control enabled by default so if its buffer fills up it will lose data. There is an ioctl which you can use to turn on flow control (I can't remember exactly what, but I think it was something like tcsetattr).