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  1. I am using an energia Sketch in Code Composer Studio, I want to establish a communication by bluethoot with the launchpad, but the .cpp of the serial hardware configures the GPIO 84 and 84 for serial communication, but the launchpad does not have those physical pins. Can anybody help me? This is the HardwareSerial.cpp code: * ************************************************************************ * HardwareSerial.cpp * * Arduino core files for C2000 * Copyright (c) 2012 Eric Ma. All right reserved. * * *****************************************************
  2. I was reading the Family guide, as well as the F5529 guide and could not really determine how power consumption is affected by the UART in Asynch mode. I expect that baud will certainly play a role, as the core voltage must be increased to run at higher frequencies. The thought behind all of this is driven by wanting to keep battery life at a maximum, of course... My GPS/Iridium Satellite comm device is following this basic flow: loop() switch(currentState) case ENABLE_GPS: { Serial1.begin(9600); digitalWrite(GPS_SleepPin, HIGH); //enable the GPS currentState = WAIT_FOR_GPS_FIX
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