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Or do it with discretes......I seem to remember having to do a serial data
processor for an assignment at Uni.....that took the serial stream and
performed some math on it, then shoved some parallel data out.

To think I used to have an idea how to do things like that......! Where
does it all go to?


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Try a PIC :-)

Actually, a lot depends on the type of serial.

How do you detect where the bits start and end?

How do you detect where the bytes start and end?

How fast is the data stream?

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems
(contract development of high performance, high function, low-level

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