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Thread: Is it possible to adjust internal osc to 3.6864MHz?
face BY : mikespam@whitewing.co.uk

You don't need to mess with oscal, nor use a specific clock, assuming
you're using bit-bashed RS232.
It is not particularly difficult to auto-detect the baudrate of an
incoming signal, as long as you know what initial character you are
expecting (a zero byte is best, as it has maximal length), and then
adjust the timing of your tx/rx code to compensate.
On Thu, 6 Dec 2001 16:15:04 +1100, you wrote:

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