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Thread: 16C84@4Mhz, 9600 bauds
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picon face BY : Scott Stephens email (remove spam text)



>My great problem is that I don't own an
>oscilloscope. Debug this kind of thing is something painful in this
>situation.

I have a scope and it was still painfull! What helped me figure my problem
out was using the RC oscillator mode with a variable resistor. Then,
observing the frequency at clock/4 at osc2/pin 15, vary the frequency up and
down until I saw legible characters on my computer terminal. This told me if
I was high or low with time constants. For receive, my application sets
output port bits at the same time it receives them, echoing back data to my
terminal. Lately, for other reasons I've used MPSIM; it led to more grief.
Good luck.
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