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Erik Malund
09/10/12 07:07
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Mt Airy, Nc

#188292 - are you sure?
Responding to: Sulax Shah's previous message
/ No Parity / 7 Bit Data (Character length).

are you sure this means a 7 bit transmission?

this often means parity bit ignored/parity bit to be zero

I actually, looooong ago, seeing the above when through developing a 7 bit soft UART, just to find out the above ment the parity bit was always zero.


List of 6 messages in thread
8051- 7 bit UART      Sulax Shah      09/08/12 05:02      
   one more stop bit        Erik Malund      09/08/12 06:11      
      mask off msb      Maarten Brock      09/10/12 02:28      
         or software UART      Jan Waclawek      09/10/12 05:05      
   are you sure?      Erik Malund      09/10/12 07:07      
      Shouldn't do, but...      Andy Neil      09/10/12 17:08      

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