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  1. Thanks for the response, batti! I did a little more debugging today and it actually does look like I need a bypass capacitor for the receiver. It also seems that the less soldering I do, the better. For some reason, data doesn't travel well over soldered connections I made (probably because they were poorly soldered? Not sure). I wired the same circuit I had done on the perfboard onto a breadboard with jumper wires (plus the extra bypass capacitor), and it seems to be working fine now. Sorry for bothering everyone! Turned out to be a circuit issue rather than a Tinkerforge-specific issue.
  2. Hello all! I'm working on a project that requires data to be sent and received over optic fiber cables, specifically TOSLink cables. I have chosen the following transmitter and receiver from Sys-Concept: http://www.sys-concept.com/toslink_receiver_files/Toslink-TX-Data-16Mbps-Sys.Concept.pdf http://www.sys-concept.com/toslink_receiver_files/Toslink-RX-Data-16Mbps-Sys.Concept.pdf I have been able to connect two RS232 bricklets (V2) to a master brick, connect a receiver to the TTL interface on one RS232 bricklet and a transmitter (with a 150 nF bypass capacitor) to the other
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