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ashwani
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Hello

Question :- 

The Evaluation board EVAL_3K3W_LLC_HB_CFD7  is a DC to DC Converter.

The evaluation board has a GUI for controlling and monitoring the parameters of the EVAL_3K3W_LLC_HB_CFD7 evaluation board.
 
I am attaching the GUI picture below.
 
ashwani_0-1652099076580.png

 

 

Below is the hardware setup
 KIT_XMC_LINK_SEGGER_V1 debugger connected to the board Via micro USB to monitor the GUI in the laptop
 
ashwani_1-1652099076680.png

 

 

But I want to access this GUI wirelessly in another computer, the data should be transmitted wirelessly so what are the changes required to do that if anyone can help ?
 
Regards 
Ashwani
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Vasanth
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Hi Ashwani,

As told in the kit user guide, "The controller includes serial communication interface (UART) and a propietary protocol allowing the parametrization of the HV MOSFET dead-times, output voltage settings, protection activation/deactivation and monitoring of status.
The user interface for Windows OS is an example of the capabilities of the communication library
included within the controller firmware. The user interface was specially developed to communicate with the
controller through the XMC™ Link (converts UART to USB), although other serial communication interfaces are
also possible."

As other interfaces are possible you can use this to transfer the UART data through any wireless interface. But the protocol in proprietary and you need the GUI to parameterize the values. So at the target computer you can have this GUI again installed to see the values.

Best Regards,
Vasanth 

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Vasanth
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Hi Ashwani,

As told in the kit user guide, "The controller includes serial communication interface (UART) and a propietary protocol allowing the parametrization of the HV MOSFET dead-times, output voltage settings, protection activation/deactivation and monitoring of status.
The user interface for Windows OS is an example of the capabilities of the communication library
included within the controller firmware. The user interface was specially developed to communicate with the
controller through the XMC™ Link (converts UART to USB), although other serial communication interfaces are
also possible."

As other interfaces are possible you can use this to transfer the UART data through any wireless interface. But the protocol in proprietary and you need the GUI to parameterize the values. So at the target computer you can have this GUI again installed to see the values.

Best Regards,
Vasanth 

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ashwani
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Thank you vasanth for your response

Can you guide me the steps to transfer the UART data through wireless interface.

Regards 

Ashwani

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Vasanth
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Hi Ashwani,

Kindly check the wireless portfolio and decide upon decide exact module you are going to use. Check the the device documentation and examples available. Also make use of the community .

Best Regards,
Vasanth

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