'9600 bauds at 4Mhz'
Julio Cesar de Almeida Maia
Have someone here made half-duplex async communications at 9600 bauds
with PIC16C84, 4Mhz? AN555 from microchip doesn't seem to works at this baud
rate and clock frequency.
If the processor you used is anything like the 16c54 for serial
communications you have two problems. First, the 5volt RS232 expects an
RS232 converter to raise the signal to 12 volts AND to INVERT it.
However, not only are the 5volt signals upsidedown, but I also needed to
alter the clock constants by more than I would have expected by the
change I made in clock frequencies. I would recomend a quick look with
an oscilloscope is called for here.
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