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Rif: RE: SCI with two stop bits, is possible ?

Started by Unknown January 24, 2003

Ok but after my test I can declare that is possible only receive data and
not tx data (with two stop bits).
Do you agree ?

"Johnson, Jerry"

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Oggetto: RE: [motoroladsp] SCI
with two stop bits, is possible ?
21/01/03 18.00
I think what it means is that if you set it up for 9 bits, no parity, then
you can always set the ninth bit for an extra stop bit??? Jerry. -----Original Message-----
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Subject: [motoroladsp] SCI with two stop bits, is possible ? I'm using 56805, and I'm trying to set the SCI with two stop bits. As
mentioned in table 12.2 of family manual it seems possible but is doesn't
work! Does anyone have experience with this SCI set ?
Thanks
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