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 *For more information on KoliadaES initialization,​ see [[kes:​examples:​bootstrapanatomy| Anatomy of KoliadaES Bootstrap Output]] *For more information on KoliadaES initialization,​ see [[kes:​examples:​bootstrapanatomy| Anatomy of KoliadaES Bootstrap Output]]
  
 +==== Step 3 ====
 +Wiring up the Terminal Board.
 +Connect the output lines from the X, Y, and Z axes to the respective Terminal Pins: 3, 2, 5. Connect their 3.3V pins to pin 1 on the Terminal Board. Connect their ground pins to pin 9 on the Terminal Board.
 +
 +The end result should resemble this schematic:
 +
 +==== Step 4 ====
 +Using the UWP application.
 +The first page loaded allows the user to connect to a serial device. Plug in the receiver stack via USB before running the app. The list should display the device ID of the UART. 
 +
 +Press Connect and if successful, it will take you to the following page:
 +
 +Now, the app is listening to the output of the Receiver and is parsing the data to inject input commands to the cursor. Hold left on the Joystick to move left etc; Pressing inwards on the Joystick needs to be held down for a few seconds in order to register.
 +
 +Try using the Joystick to maneuver the cursor around the screen and pressing all of the buttons.
 + 
 ===== Explanation ===== ===== Explanation =====
  
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