Hi Shane,

Thanks for responding... can you point me to any references on where to begin with this? or describe which serial protocol you used and how to go about setting this up? I haven't done much with serial interfacing before...

Thanks so much!

Shane Frasier wrote:
I've had no problems with the Overo Air and the Palo43 expansion board.  But the serial port runs at 1.8 V, so you may need a level shifter.

Shane
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On Jul 1, 2010, at 3:42 AM, Mohamad Najib wrote:

  

    
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Has anyone had any luck with implementing a serial connection using 
Python?? I have an Overo Fire with the Summit board.
        
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Using Overo Water with the Chestnut expansion, and I have been successful in
using the serial port on the 40pin header with Python (with the help of
pySerial)

Using Pin 9 (GPIO151_RXD1) and pin 10 (GPIO158_TXD1) for it, with a
precompiled image.

Regards,
Mohamad Najib
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