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Originally posted by AzAv8r AzAv8r wrote:

Ouch.  The NGT has a configurable baud rate (38400, 57600, or 115200).  But neither Aspen nor the IFD allow it to be explicitly configured.  The Aspen manual specifies that the NGT should be configured with the 115200 rate, but I'm not finding anything in the 10.2 IFD IM which indicates what rate is used.

One might be able to get a rate converter to work, but that feels like a science project.

115200 will be supported in a future release.
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Originally posted by AviSimpson AviSimpson wrote:

Originally posted by AzAv8r AzAv8r wrote:

Ouch.  The NGT has a configurable baud rate (38400, 57600, or 115200).  But neither Aspen nor the IFD allow it to be explicitly configured.  The Aspen manual specifies that the NGT should be configured with the 115200 rate, but I'm not finding anything in the 10.2 IFD IM which indicates what rate is used.

One might be able to get a rate converter to work, but that feels like a science project.

115200 will be supported in a future release.

Then that may well solve that one issue, connecting to both an ASPEN & IFD.

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Great news Simpson.   Thanks.

PS - Which of the NGT serial rates does the IFD presently support?  I didn't see it in the Installation Manual - is it in there?




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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote n7ifr Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 Aug 2017 at 12:59pm
Does anybody on forum have experience and/or photos of 
        GTX345 displaying ADSB Traffic & Wx on the 540's?

Also, assuming GTX345 does play with our 540's, will the 540 internal WiFi allow:
  .  ADSB Wx ADSB Wx downloads to iPad Apps?
  .  full 540 Apt Info integration  - like Density Altitude etc.

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Any progress to report? AviJake or AviSimpson?
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Originally posted by skitheo skitheo wrote:

Any progress to report? AviJake or AviSimpson?
Progress on the 115.2 baud rate? Yes, still slated for an upcoming release.
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