I hope you can, at some point, work out what the baud rate actually is for a certain pair of clock settings.
Maybe you can use autobaud'ing. I have a software oscilloscope that can work out the actual baud rate from some bytes of input.
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eriksl wrote:Did you already work out what the parameters of the function actually mean? I think one of them is the I2C address (if it really uses I2C internally), one of them the sort of command (eg. write, read, write+read, the amount of bytes to send, the amount of bytes to read and one of them the actual (I2C) register. 103 could be a valid I2C address (must be 7 bits and some ranges are excluded, but this one is valid).
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