I have an application that requires three UARTs. Sadly, the Overo series
only seems to have UART1 and UART3 pinned out to the daughterboard
I would LIKE to have more than three UARTs actually, so I'm considering
making a daughterboard with an Exar Quad USB-to-UART bridge (ST16C654). The
ST16C654 seems to have stable 2.6 kernel support. Has anyone had any
experience with this Exar chip with Overo?
Dr. G. E. Homsy
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On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 5:33 PM, Geo_Homsy <geo.homsy@...> wrote:
> Hi --
> I have an application that requires three UARTs. Sadly, the Overo series
> only seems to have UART1 and UART3 pinned out to the daughterboard
> Any suggestions?
If you don't require bluetooth, you can redirect UART2 Tx/Rx to GPIO
pins 146/147. See
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