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Raj Nambiar
11/20/11 01:46
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#184826 - UART - byte by byte or library functions?
We always use byte level coding - send byte, clear interrupt, set stages etc. since we were not sure about the reliability of using a string sending function like UART1_Write_Text or a printf, even though we understand that in cases where UART transmission is simple without managing stages and time outs, this should work. Now we are thinking of totally switching over to functions that can send strings. We have just evaluated MikroC since we heard that it offers better reliability when it comes to simplified methods. We work with both Silabs (34) and AVR (mega8/16)

Please guide us.

List of 6 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
UART - byte by byte or library functions?      Raj Nambiar      11/20/11 01:46      
   Nothing magic      Per Westermark      11/20/11 05:39      
      One Reason for SiLabs Parts      Michael Karas      11/20/11 07:22      
   What's the difference?      Andy Neil      11/20/11 14:47      
      Never underestimate the value of state machines      Per Westermark      11/20/11 15:03      
         True      Raj Nambiar      11/20/11 23:26      

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