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  1. I'm trying to connect to a camera (Adafruit's VC0706) via SoftwareSerial to a MSP430F5529, and the camera is only able to transmit and receive at 38400 baud. The board is able to transmit at 38400 successfully and receives a datastream back from the camera at 38400, but it is only displayed as gibberish on Energia's serial monitor. I know the camera isn't transmitting gibberish because it gives an identical signal to an Arduino, which displays it correctly, but I'm not sure what else to do. I saw on this forum that different boards sometimes have limits to the baud rates they can interpret, so could that be it? If not, what else could cause it? Apologies if I've left anything out - I'm still rather new at this.
  2. I have a launchpad V1.4 and V1.5. I am sending serial data from the launchpad at 9600 baud and using a FT232 and Putty to decode the serial data. However, the serial communication does not work at a baud rate of 9600. I have to set the baud rate in Putty to 4800 in order to get it to work. Somehow the launchpad reverts the baud rate back to 4800. If I set the bad rate on the Launchpad and Putty to 2400 or 4800, all works fine. Only 9600 and higher that does not work. Having the same problem when using TimerSerial.h. The jumper settings on both Launchpads are correct. Being fairly new to the Energia and Launchpad, are there any other registers that I need to set? Probelms in my code? Will appreciate any help. Thanks Code: void setup() { Serial.begin(9600); } void loop() { Serial.print("Hello World"); delay(500); Serial.println("...??"); delay(500); }