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Thread: Asynchronours Serial I/O - AN555
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picon face BY : John Payson email (remove spam text)



> I assume that your "17-cycle" code (I count 18 cycles, but
> that includes the load/store) looks something like this:

Nope.  Like this [assuming RB0 is output on each device, RB7 is 'the'
input, and RB's 1-6 are either unused or are inputs:

       rlf     Data0,w ; Get C flag
       rlf     PORTB
       rlf     Data0
       rlf     PORTB
       rlf     Data0
       rlf     PORTB
       rlf     Data0
       rlf     PORTB
       rlf     Data0
       rlf     PORTB
       rlf     Data0
       rlf     PORTB
       rlf     Data0
       rlf     PORTB
       rlf     Data0
       rlf     PORTB
       rlf     Data0
; Then 17 cycles for Data1, then 17 for Data2, etc.
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In reply to: <199708201632.LAA20940@dfw-ix4.ix.netcom.com> from "Andrew Warren" at Aug 20, 97 09:29:34 am
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