Ok thank you - I was trying to think of a way to use STRXD without having to remove the resistor :p

No worries.

I assume that, when I remove the resistor I'll have to connect the two pads that the resistor was on with a small piece of wire or whatnot?


On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 4:40 PM, Dave Hylands <dhylands@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 12:51 PM, Cryptographrix
<cryptographrix@gmail.com> wrote:
> Quick question - do I need to remove the resistor on STTXD if I'm not using
> TXD?

The resistor labels are incorrect.

The label STTXD is really for STRXD
The label STRXD is really for FFRXD (i.e. console)
The label BTRXD is really for BTRXD (i.e. this one is correct)
The label BTTXD is really for BTCTS

> My hypothesis is that I could make this really simple for myself by just
> throwing a 10K resistor on RXD from the ID20 chip, since I'm not
> transmitting to the ID20 (it's like a magnetic card reader, and has no
> input...just output).

If you're just receiving, then you need to remove the resistor
labelled STTXD (which is really for the STRXD line), and connect the
serial output of the ID20 to the STRXD line.

--
Dave Hylands
Vancouver, BC, Canada
http://www.DaveHylands.com/

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