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MCP2200 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided and Software Support. Royalty-free drivers for Virtual Com Port (VCP) - Windows XP(SP2 and later)/Vista/7. Configuration utility for initial configuration Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART). Support baud rates: 300 - 1000k (baud). Hardware flow control. UART signal polarity option...
PIC18F6520 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided selection of analog and digital peripherals. It is ideal for connectivity applications that benefit from the availability of the double asynchronous serial port, the flexible synchronous serial port (I ²C ™ or SPI ™) as well as large amounts of RAM buffer memory and Flash program...
PIC18F86J16 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Ideal for 3V applications that are cost senstitive, requiring flexible serial communication with four serial ports: double synchronous serial ports (I ²C ™ and SPI ™) and double asynchronous serial ports. Large amounts of Flash program memory make it ideal for instrumentation...
NTE6850 Allied Electronics, Inc. NTE ELECTRONICS Not Provided IC - NMOS ASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATIONS INTERFACE ADAPTER 24 LEAD DIP
57510001AA3 PLC Radwell Asea Brown Boveri PLCs/Machine Control, PLC Module & Rack DSCA 114 ASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATION BOARD
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  • Software Implementation of Asynchronous Serial I/O
    software implementation of Asynchronous Serial I/O (Half Duplex RS-232 Communi-cations) using PIC16CXXX microcontrollers. These microcontrollers can operate at very high speeds with a minimum of 250 ns cycle time (with input clock frequency of 16 MHz). To test the RS-232 routines, a simple Digital
  • Medical Device Link . Using Asynchronous Process Manufacturing for Product Development
    , employ a high mix of circuit cards to achieve equipment functionality, and require real-time configuration flexibility to meet fluctuating customer demands. Device manufacturers also expect a rapid time to market to help offset the time spent seeking FDA approval. A process known as asynchronous
  • Implementation of an Asynchronous Serial I/O
    The PIC16C5X series from Microchip Technology Inc., are 8-bit, high-speed, EPROM-based microcontrollers. This application note describes an implementation of an asynchronous serial I/O using a PIC16C5X micro-controller. These microcontrollers can operate at very high speeds with a minimum cycle
  • Using a PIC (R) Microcontroller for DMX512 Communication
    technology became more cost effective,. receive the DMX512 communication protocol that can. new digital consoles came to the market and with them. be implemented using any PIC® microcontroller offer-. the need for a new standard that would allow. ing a Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter
  • Networking and Remote Communication on a Workstation-based Shaker Control System
    at 100 Mbps from HP. This proposal falls under an IEEE 802.12. standard. • FDDI fiber optic networks rated at 100 Mbps. • Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is an advanced networking technology that. features a scaleable bandwidth and supports multiple information types, such as. voice, video, image
  • RS232
    RS232 is a standard interface approved by the Electronic Industries Association (EIA) for connecting serial devices. This popular, serial communications standard provides asynchronous communication capabilities with hardware flow control, software flow control, and parity checking. Most gears
  • The Dual Challenge of Converging Communications for Industrial Automation Networks (.pdf)
    the flexibility. users—from field operators to exec-. in synchronous and asynchronous. utive management. Yet for manu-. to respond quickly to. data communications protocols. facturing, heavy industry, control. and practices. Manufacturing. changing application. engineering, and similar opera-. capability

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