Hello, any hint on that, please ?
I cannot communicate on the COM ports beyond the console UART (which on the platform A9 Quadcore with WEC7 I discovered is named COM2).
I can correcty send and receive on the COM2 (once the dubug is disabled and the NDCUcfg has gone in time out or disabled as well) but with the other available port COM1 i can just open it and send data with no software error but no signal is seen on the 3 physical UARTs.
Checking the registry I can see just 2 UARTs driver installed as below:
in HKLM\Drivers\Builtin\COM1 :
in HKLM\Drivers\Builtin\COM2 :
I could enumerate via software the available COM and in fact I can open COM1, COM2 and COM9 (emulated serial port over TCP/IP ? ).
So this is I think the current mapping:
COM1 on pin 36 e 38 (RS-232 voltage levels) OR 13 and 15 (TTL )
COM2 on pin 55 e 57 (RS-232 voltage levels) (Debug port)
COM9 emulated UART (TCP/IP or USB ?)
In particular I need to use the 3.3V level UART (pin 13 and 15 on the 66 Pin Feature Connector)
Since on the Freescale chip manual ( I have on the SKD boart the iMX6Q6AVT10A0) I could find the 3rd UART base address I tryed to add the missing COM3 UART in the registry :
in HKLM\Drivers\Builtin\COM3 :
But even on this new COM3 I can just open it and try to send data but no signal can be see on any physical ports.
Since on the iMX6Q6AVT10A0 the UARTs available are 5 and I have no clue on which of them are routed to the Feature Connector I gave up to guess any further.
I use VS2008 and C#, I just updated nboot, eboot and kernel to the last version available of July 2014 as suggested by FAE at Brelco (Italy)
Thank you for your help,