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c benson
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Document conflict

The picture of the Basic Dev Kit on page 30 of the Serial Port Service reference (UB-M-038) conflicts with the picture on page 22 of the Basic Development kit Manual (UB-M-025).It also seems to conflict with this code in "periph_setup.h" in the SPS device demo app.
/****************************************************************************************/
/* UART configuration */
/****************************************************************************************/

#define UART1_TX_PORT GPIO_PORT_0
#define UART1_TX_PIN GPIO_PIN_4
#define UART1_RX_PORT GPIO_PORT_0
#define UART1_RX_PIN GPIO_PIN_5
#define UART1_RTS_PORT GPIO_PORT_0
#define UART1_RTS_PIN GPIO_PIN_3 <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
#define UART1_CTS_PORT GPIO_PORT_0
#define UART1_CTS_PIN GPIO_PIN_2 <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

What is the correct information?

I need to make handshaking work with my serial device, connected to the devkit.

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Hi c benson,

Hi c benson,

The two pictures are of different dev-kits, in UB-M-038 on page 30 is the basic dev-kit of the da14580 and in UM-B-025 on page 22 is the basic dev-kit of the da14583.

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I had the wrong page number

I had the wrong page number of UB-M-025, it should have been page 20 rather than page 22. There is still the conflict. And what about the apparent discrepancy in the code sample?

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Hi c benson,

Hi c benson,

The DSPS project uses the port 0 pins 4, 5, 3, 2 those pins are configured as Tx, Rx, CTS and RTS, as the document describes on those pins you must place the external FTDI cables as the document suggests. The document UM-B-025 indicates the placement of the jumpers in order to use the FTDI on the the atmel chip and configures the pins that are located in front of those pins.

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