I am somewhat new to approaching this from this angle, been using serial coms as documented for many many years configuring everything from radios to network equipment. Familiar with what baud rate IS but not so certain on how it gets calculated. I have been doing research and it I have seen it referenced as (1/pulse width in microsecond)*(10^6) But it does not matter how about I get this, I always get gibberish in my terminal.
I have tried all the standard increments and figure this has to be something obscure and specific.
I know the data is there and I know it is serial, because my LA (Kingst LA2016) is reading and converting to ASCII, it is forming words and sentences, so the data IS correct.
Using a sample of a completed frame of data /8 or /9 with stop bit, or an individual bit, I am still not getting a functional baud rate.
Using this sample, can someone explain what I am getting wrong here? IF the sample will not give the information, can you detail what I would need to look at show?
I do not think it matters but this is wired into pin 3 RX and pin 4 GRD on a "0403:6001 Future Technology Devices International, Ltd FT232 Serial (UART) IC" USB-C cable. Just in case that seems like a culprit...