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Andy Peters
11/14/11 12:49
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#184728 - re: Definition
Responding to: ???'s previous message
UART: "Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter."

The "0" and "1" in "UART0" and "UART1" are meant to distinguish the two UARTs that are present in some micros.

-a

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TopicAuthorDate
Definition of a UART?      Jacob Drake      11/14/11 12:41      
   re: Definition      Andy Peters      11/14/11 12:49      
      Thanks      Jacob Drake      11/14/11 12:58      
      In general      Andy Neil      11/14/11 15:02      
         silliness      Andy Peters      11/15/11 12:41      
            It's the product of decades of imprecise nomenclature      Richard Erlacher      11/16/11 18:53      

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