Difference between revisions of "Tunnel"

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<li>USB to 8-pin Molex Picoblade Male-connector cable
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<li>USB to 8-pin Molex Picoblade Male-connector cable (optional, can use wireless link)
 
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Steps:
 
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<p>Now your Tiny2.11 will tunnel UART1 from the GPS direct to the serial connector on the board. So, using the 8-pin Molex to FTDI cable adapter you can use your computer to interact with the GPS module. One example is using u-blox u-center program to configure your GPS module. Like the bootloader if you bought your Tiny2.11 assembled check with your 3rd party vendors configured your GPS. Good chance you won't need to use the tunnel or configure the GPS module.</p> The required cable may included with 3rd party vendors!
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<p>Now your Tiny2.11 will tunnel UART1 from the GPS direct to the serial connector on the board. So, using the 8-pin Molex to FTDI cable adapter (or use the wireless link e.g. XBee) you can use your computer to interact with the GPS module. One example is using u-blox u-center program to configure your GPS module. Like the bootloader if you bought your Tiny2.11 assembled check with your 3rd party vendors configured your GPS. Good chance you won't need to use the tunnel or configure the GPS module.</p> The required cable may included with 3rd party vendors!
 
[http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki/index.php/Tiny_v2#Programming BACK]
 
[http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki/index.php/Tiny_v2#Programming BACK]

Revision as of 04:23, 4 September 2009

Required Cables:

  1. USB cable
  2. USB to 8-pin Molex Picoblade Male-connector cable (optional, can use wireless link)

Steps:

  1. Connect USB Cable + 8-pin Molex adapter to USB on your laptop
  2. Connect 8-pin Molex Connector on the Adapter cable to "usb" on Tiny2.11
  3. Power on Tiny2.11
  4. Enter this command in a terminal: make AIRCRAFT=MJ5 tunnel.upload

Success will show this in the last lines of the terminal window

Found USB device
BootROM code: 2.12
Part ID: 0x0402FF25 (LPC2148, 512k Flash, 32k+8k RAM)
BootLoader version: 1.3
#
Starting software at 0x00004000

Now your Tiny2.11 will tunnel UART1 from the GPS direct to the serial connector on the board. So, using the 8-pin Molex to FTDI cable adapter (or use the wireless link e.g. XBee) you can use your computer to interact with the GPS module. One example is using u-blox u-center program to configure your GPS module. Like the bootloader if you bought your Tiny2.11 assembled check with your 3rd party vendors configured your GPS. Good chance you won't need to use the tunnel or configure the GPS module.

The required cable may included with 3rd party vendors!

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