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Simple Atmel Serial Coms

Simple Atmel Serial Coms

Simple Atmel Serial Coms


I need to periodically send a number of bytes (10 or so)to a PC running a delphi program to receive data on the serial port delphi part is ok, but in the chip I am using Atmel 89S8252 do I need to worry about start and stop bits if so how do I set the thing up. In the serial coms component in Delphi you can set data,stop bits etc. Any code snippets for a simple coms program for the Atmel chip would be appreciated.



RE: Simple Atmel Serial Coms

Hi, what sort of code snippets are you looking for?

8051 Assembler or C?

The free downloadable version of the Keil compiler has some serial comms examples, i.e. the tdp folder.

That should give you something to start with.


RE: Simple Atmel Serial Coms

Hi Zeit,

writing the code in 8051 assembly language.
Will check out the Keil Complier as suggested



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