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Old 01-22-2011, 01:04 AM   #18 (permalink)
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Digging further and further (and still not on any proven beaten track as yet), I've had a look at pocket logger's DSM cable installation steps where it's plain to see a jumper from 10 to 12 and data on 1.

There's no mention of the baud rate there, so that's still in the wind.

I've got some LCD displays coming, as I can't have the laptop, car and arduino connected at the same time (I think).

When they come, I'll put some code on the arduino to show on the LCD each baud rate and result - thus finding which baud rate is right.
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