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Asynchronous Serial

Brief description:

Asynchronous serial (often called simply 'serial') generally refers to single wire, half duplex communication where data bits are located at fixed time intervals after a start bit. Instead of using a dedicated clock line, asynchronous serial requires the receiver to sample the incoming signal at specific time intervals after a start bit's leading edge.

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Example Async Serial Parts:
What Logic decodes:

  • Start Bit
  • Data Bits
  • Parity Bit
  • Stop Bit
  • Autodetect Baud Rate

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