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mantouboji

GPS PPS�GPIO on H3

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I plug the GPS module PPS output to OPiOne's GPIO pin PG09,

 

modify fex file to release PG09 from GPIO,

 

and then run gpsd,  PPS worked!  

 

It's very strange, no any device tree setup.

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modify fex file like this:

 

[uart1]

uart_used = 1
uart_port = 1
# 2 for 2-wire
uart_type = 2
uart_tx = port:PG06<2><1><default><default>
uart_rx = port:PG07<2><1><default><default>
 
[gpio_para]
gpio_used = 1
gpio_num = 16
...
#gpio_pin_17 = port:PG09<0><default><default><0>
 
#for UART1
#gpio_pin_18 = port:PG06<1><default><default><default>
#gpio_pin_19 = port:PG07<1><default><default><default>

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o, PG09 is GPIO 201, so 

yaofei@opigps:/etc$ more modprobe.d/pps-gpio.conf
#PG9 = 32*6 + 9 = 201
options pps-gpio gpio_pin=201

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Wow :)

 

What is then the algorithm counting pins?

 

PA = 0

PB = 1

PC = 2

PD = 3

PE = 4

PF = 5

PG = 6

 

Physical pin 18 this PC07 pin H3

PC07 = 32*2 + 7 = 71

This is the correct understanding?

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Wow :)

 

What is then the algorithm counting pins?

 

PA = 0

PB = 1

PC = 2

PD = 3

PE = 4

PF = 5

PG = 6

 

Physical pin 18 this PC07 pin H3

PC07 = 32*2 + 7 = 71

This is the correct understanding?

 

Yeah, you're so smart .

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