Windows Infrared Port Programming

Scott Brady Drummonds scott.b.drummonds at intel.com
Fri Aug 30 00:11:23 CEST 2002


For posterity (and lovers of Deja, like myself), I wanted to let everyone
know that I figured out the connection issues and am now down to figuring
out the command language.

On my particular system, the IR port is configured as COM4, 115200 bps.
USPP has some issue that makes it throw an exception when trying to read
available data.  I've since installed pySerial
(http://pyserial.sourceforge.net/) and it works great.  The phone responds
to AT commands, like a modem.

Thanks for all the help, guys!

Scott


"Scott Brady Drummonds" <scott.b.drummonds at intel.com> wrote in message
news:akjg01$crh at news.or.intel.com...
> Does anyone know if packages that allow programming the infrared port on
> Windows systems are available in Python?  If not, can anyone point me to
> where I could learn about writing one of these (in Python, not by linking
a
> compiled library) myself?
>
> Thanks,
> Scott
>
>





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