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Thread: Software UART start bit detection
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On Sun, 8 Sep 2002, Bob Barr wrote:

> When I use the async stimulus to create a falling edge on RC1, TMR1H
> and TMR1L remain at 0xff and there is no interrupt.

Bob, which simulator are you using?

Scott

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