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  1. Hi, I have a RISC-V design implemented on the Genesys2, with a UART that currently works through the USB-UART microUSB port, which just uses the uart_rx and uart_tx lines. I would like to send the UART output through the PmodBT2 to my Mac instead (connect via "screen" command in a terminal). From the Nexys 3 FPGA reference design, I believe I should connect the my uart_tx port to RXD pin on the PmodBT2, and uart_rx to TXD. I have done this and programmed the FPGA, and also established a connection to PmodBT2 from my Mac. However, when I run a hello world, I don't see any output in my term
  2. I'm using Pmod BT2 module connected with NI myRIO via UART serial. Can I connect Pmod BT2 with Wii remote controller? I guess Pmod BT2 has master mode so if there is a way to pair module with controller, I can control myRIO using Wii remote controller. Please let me know if anyone knows about the way. Thank you.
  3. Hi, I recently purchased the pmodbt2 bluetooth interface module and tried interfacing it with the Atlys board. I used the GPIO demo bit file which was given in the forum for verification (after modifying it), but I was not able to see the output in the terminal software (Teraterm). I followed the instructions given in the demo, but I was not able to see the output; are there any specific changes I need to make in the module or in the terminal software? Can someone help me out with this? Ishan
  4. Greetings, I am working on a project that involves transferring data over Bluetooth using the PmodBT2 on a Zybo board. I have downloaded the IP for the pmod and right-clicked the JA connector on the 'Board' tab in Vivado, thus adding the PmodBT2 on the block design. However, synthesis yields the following error(s): [IP_Flow 19-4965] IP PmodBT2_axi_uart16550_0_0 was packaged with board value 'digilentinc.com:nexys4_ddr:part0:1.1'. Current project's board value is 'digilentinc.com:zybo:part0:1.0'. Please update the project settings to match the packaged IP. I suspect that communic
  5. Hello, I am trying to configure an RN-42 PmodBT2 module using puTTY following these steps: { $$$ SM,2 SR, MAC ADDRESS C, MAC ADDRESS } the MAC ADDRESS refers to the address of the device I want the module to connect to it. When I enter the command C, MAC ADDRESS, I get an error, ERR-Connected. and if I entered GF to know the address of the last connection I get a random address starts by 088EDB -its not the address of my laptop either-. Another problem is that if I tried to disconnect the device using K, ADDRESS the command window hangs and I ha
  6. Hello, I am using a Nexys 3 FPGA and the PmodBT2 for a university project. I am eventually going to transmit my custom data processed by the FPGA but for now I am trying to get the Bluetooth working. I downloaded and configured the PmodBT2 example from this website HERE but I can't seem to get it to work. I am using an Android phone with BlueTerm and I am having issues connecting my phone to the PmodBT2. I can successfully pair the devices, however I cannot get them to connect to each other, and therefore when I push the buttons or use the switches on the Nexys 3 board I do not see anythi