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I've an older G4 Storm that I'm benching for radio telemetry. It's simply a trial to enable both my G4+ Xtreme's to transmit radio telemetry, GPS data and alerts to a base. I've got the radio bridge working well, bridging between two USB devices (GPS and radio), and my program logs, truncates and transfers NMEA data to my second device without issue. However on switching to the Storm I've noted that the Continuous modes (12/25 hz, and CRC) don't appear to be continuous. As in without any input from PCLink the USB serial port is silent. I could emulate the PCLink "tuning" call, however the response doesn't appear to conform to the short or long datastream format listed in PCLink. On a requested short or long, should I send a capital "A" I get a hex FE (decimal 254) return, which I gather is an out of bounds error? Not that this should matter if I can get a continuous data stream. Am I being rather dense here and that the Datastream configuration only refers to the RS232 data? As an aside these are on two raspberry pi devices running Rasbian.
Hi, I'm using the G4+ Storm (black) ecu that uses the link proprietary usb cable to connect to the ecu, unline the atom/monsoon which uses the generic usb mini port. My question is does the storm connect via serial? From the help files it says this communications port (pictures attached) isn't available for storm. I'm guessing it is referring to CAN which the storm has a wired pin out on the ecu loom itself. I'm planning to do a connection to the ecu wirelessly. If the ecu communicates via serial I'm guessing it would be possible to use a wireless rs232 connection?