Posted: Sun Apr 13, 2014 4:14 pm Post subject: How to try nmea bridge without seatalk data?
I just received the nmea bridge and now I want to try it at home.
It's possible do it without connect the seatalk data, but only 12 Volt and ground and a rs232 (tx, rx, gnd) link to pc? Because I tried this configuration but doesn't work at all.
I use a usb-serial adaptor at baudrate 4800 8N1.
I used RX, TX and ground connected respectively to a green, white and black and I put the input pin on rs232. I'm sure that cable works fine, I tried it with a gps device.
I used linux and minicom configured at 4800 8N1, no handshake, local echo on.
When I powered the nmea bridge I received on minicom a few nonsense characters, like if the baudrate was wrong.
I wrote $xxx and enter, but I received nothing.
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