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RE: 6150 through infrared

From: Szabo, Tamas
Subject: RE: 6150 through infrared
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2002 10:23:21 +0100


I know that the communication is binary between phone and computer (I
already built an SMS sending device with 8051 family controller (it used a
5110 on FBUS), but the garbage appears even when there is no IR device
activated in the room ;-)) (So, I' m sure that this is a computer (infra
port handling) problem, and not depends on phone).

I just try to find somebody who has experience with VAIO PCG-N505X and
6150... I never want to belive that I can't use my phone with my computer -
I don't give up ;-)

Additionally in netmonitor (page 34) I saw that the phone receive something
(I don't now exactly, but (maybe the frame error) counter increased
periodically when I send bytes. The display shows something like this:

    ^----- it changes to 7F
0001C0- 2 P
      ^------ this changing


So, thank you, I will check linux-irda.



Problems with Windows - Reboot.
Problems with Linux       - Be root.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pawel Kot [SMTP:address@hidden
> Sent: Friday, August 30, 2002 09:38
> To:   address@hidden
> Subject:      RE: 6150 through infrared
> >>> address@hidden 30 August 2002 09:24:34 >>>
> > I use /dev/ttyS0 with settings: uart 8250 port 0x3f8 irq 4, and of curse
> I
> > do not use IrDA drivers when I try to connect with gnokii. My .gnokiirc
> is
> > set up based on howto. There is another notebook (a Portocom) which is
> able
> > to work with my phone, and installed and set up by me.
> It was not clear that you have irda modules unloaded.
> > The main question: is it possible that my _hardware_ can not usable in
> > mode? (basically, as I mentioned, it can send bytes over IR port
> (without
> > IrDA modules (nsc-ircc, ircomm, ircomm-tty, etc))).
> I don't think so, but this is rather linux-irda mailing list question.
> > In the bios I can set FIR only. But AFAIK the nsc chip is able to work
> in
> > SIR mode - and with minicom I can send bytes over IR using the linux
> serial
> > driver (I think in this case I use SIR mode), but at 115200 (and higher
> > speeds) some garbage appears in minicom.
> I'm quite lost in what you are saying. But if it answer your question, you
> need to
> connect to the phone at 115200. It won't work otherwise. And as 6150 does
> not have
> the build-in modem, minicom won't work, and will show some garbage. This
> is the FBUS
> communication and you need a software (eg. gnokii) to understand it.
> pkot
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