[color=#222222][size=small][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Hi. I am trying to communicate with the EVB1000 using the ST Virtual Com Port
My goal is to use the EVB1000 as a data transmitter and receiver that add ranging capabilities.
I am able to communicate between my computer and the EVB1000 but the USB (Virtual Com Port) communication is really slow. My goal was simply to configure baudrate to a higher speed to fix the problem, but i am figuring out that the ST Virtual Com Port is not really working as i am used to.
It looks that there is no any baudrate settings in the ARM code. In the window’s device manager drivers settings, there is a baudrate settings but it dont seem to work properly since i can write down in that box any value (even an impossible value) and everything seem to continue to work normally.
Also, i tried several terminal and they all have a strange behavior where i can write down any baudrate setting, even impossible settings and everything continue to work fine.
All my observations are pointing out that this ST Virtual Com Port is NOT a regular virtual Com Port but a kind of strange virtualisation where baudrate, parity, control lines and flow control settings does not exists but that it is still compatible with Com Port terminal…
My questions are:[/font][/size][/color]
Is there a way to use this USB port as a regular com port?
Is there a way to configure baudrate somewhere to use this com port?
[*]Do somebody figured this out? Is there any docs on how does this virtual com port driver works?
Thank you! and have a good day![/size][/color]