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Virtual COM Port on Curiosity High Pin Count Development Board

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Tim Cruise
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2020/03/26 09:17:43 (permalink)
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Virtual COM Port on Curiosity High Pin Count Development Board

Hello,
I own a version A of this board.
https://www.microchip.com/DevelopmentTools/ProductDetails/DM164136
 
I find that the newest B version of this board has a Virtual COM Port (attachment).
 
Now my question is - how do I wired a Virtual COM Port for my version A Curiosity High Pin Count Board?  Which peripheral of MCC should I choose as the connection of Virtual COM Port?
 
Thanks for any idea.
 
 

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    Jerry Messina
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    Re: Virtual COM Port on Curiosity High Pin Count Development Board 2020/03/26 11:36:14 (permalink)
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    how do I wired a Virtual COM Port for my version A Curiosity High Pin Count Board?

    I don't think you can.
     
    The Virtual COM port appears to be a function of the PKOB4 on the rev 2 board.
    The original rev 1 board uses the PKOB programmer/debugger, which I don't recall having that function.
     
     
     
     
     
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    NKurzman
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    Re: Virtual COM Port on Curiosity High Pin Count Development Board 2020/03/26 11:40:53 (permalink)
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    You can Use an MCP2200 Eval board to make a serial connection to a PC via USB.
    Or an FTDI Smart cable USB to serial converter.
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