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  1. [...] I want to communicate between my Raspberry Pi and Arduino via Serial line (UART). Why? The RPI cost less than a Arduino Ethernet Shield and has more power. And because I can… The main problem…  [...]

  2. Martin
    Martin February 24, 2013 at 18:03 . Reply

    Hi,
    I connected a real arduino uno like you connected yours (Only I added a level shifter). I did this before I read your post.

    But I see I only get 3.8v from the 5v pins on the raspberry pi. (265mb model)
    I hope that this will not destroys my plans. But I wonder if this is normal for the pi? and do you think this is a problem?

  3. [...] I want to communicate between my Raspberry Pi and Arduino via Serial line (UART). Why? The RPI cost less than a Arduino Ethernet Shield and has more power. And because I can… The main problem is,…  [...]

  4. Daniel Huertas
    Daniel Huertas April 25, 2013 at 03:11 . Reply

    Hey,

    I’m working on a project now in which I connect a Ublox to the raspberry pi and send the GPS data to a server. The problem I’m having is reading the serial data being sent from the Ublox to the RPI. I already freed up the UART port but when I tried checking to see if it was working it gave me an error saying ” -bash minicom: command not found”.

    If you have any tips or tricks it would be greatly appreciated. Right now I only want to make sure the UART port is working but after I need to write a python script that reads the Ublox data, deciphers It and send it off to a server.

    Best,

    Daniel

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