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  1. I am working on a project with the hopes of interfacing with the OpenScopeMZ via serial communication, to send parameters to the oscilloscope function and read the data back. With the end goal being direct serial communication with the OpenScopeMZ (bypassing the FTDI serial-usb converter). It's been difficult finding documentation on how I might be able to do this. I have read through the OpenScope Protocol and see that it uses JSON to communicate, which I am not previously familiar with but have been doing my best to read up on it. Currently I have been able to connect to the OpenScopeMZ via USB and Putty, and I accidentally managed to bring up the following dialogue: The "Unsupported option, please try again" came up after I tried to paste the command to put the OpenScopeMZ into JSON Command mode into Putty with the following code Then I just pressed the '1' key and the following response came up: I have the OpenScopeMZ working with WaveForms Live and am using a baudrate of 1250000 to communicate via Putty. How can I send the JSON commands documented in to the OpenScopeMZ? Also, any information that might help me to utilize the oscilloscope functions (set parameters, trigger, and read data) would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Can we use Basys2 Pmods (GPIOs) for serial communication with outside world...? I want to implement a UART code on Basys2 board and want to use one of the Pmods (GPIOs) as Tx and Rx pins to establish a serial communication with outside world.. Can I do that..?