WCM Development Kit


#1

Unable to connect to access point after setting SSID and pass phrase in browser.
I’ve used wireshark to see that the information is sent and acknowledged and using a second laptop connected to the access point monitoring for the connection. I don’t see any attempt by the WCM to connect.


#2

Any chance you have a USB-Serial converter you can hook up to see what it thinks it’s doing?

(Optional) Connect a USB to TTL UART converter to “J2”. J2.GND-GND. J2.RF5-RXD.

I have to double check on the baud, but I’d bet it’s 115200. (Edit: Yep)


#3

I have a PICKit serial analyzer


#4

I’m also powering it by usb on J3


#5

That looks like that should work.

Looking at that table you need to wire up:

  • J2.GND <-> GND (Pin 3).
  • J2.RF5 <-> RX (Pin 6).

Not sure about the software, but you you need to set it to do Asynchronous USART at a baud of 115200.

If you can post a serial log of of it booting I should be able to help you figure out what’s not quite working.


#6

Now it is working:)
I had IT get rid of the space in the SSID of the Jetpack. It worked on the previous binary file but not on the new one.

Now I will try and compile the source code to make sure it still works then I can add my code.

Thanks for the quick response.


#7

Wonderful! Definitely let me know if you can get it to work/have problems.


#8

Hey, glad you got this working. I just wanted to verify - are you using the ExositeReady code posted here: https://github.com/exosite-ready/er_vfp_microchip_wcm

Thanks!
-Mike


#9

Yes - that is the latest with the state machine architecture.

The header files aren’t listed under the “Header Files” in the project so my search in project isn’t finding things.