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Are you wiring the CTS (BSY pin) and RTS (RDY pin) of the Easy Radio module? See page 8. If the communication is only one way, ie the robot always sending and the remote computer always receiving, you might want to temporarily pull-down the BSY and RDY pins of the module (at least for testing).
that there are no clock divisors enabled
BTW, on page 12 it says that Data is inverted. You might need to account for that.
I have the fuse called 'Divide clock by 8 internally; [CKDIV8=0]' checked by default . . . are you saying I should uncheck this box?
hmmm so the uart is high and only goes low when it sends data . . . not sure how to see if anything is inverted . . .
Unfortunately, when scoping the output of the easy radio (both pins of the antenna), I just get squiggley lines (no square waves). My recieving end (easy radio attached to sparkfun TTL to USB converter) remains high on the RX line . . .