UART

From bildr

Jump to: navigation, search

UART stands for Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter. It is one of the simplest and most used means of communications among Microcontrollers, and small embedded peripherals. The most common UART protocol is RS232 (often with TTL levels).


Baudrate

Common Baud rates are:

4800, 9600, 19200 and 115200bps

They are usually in multiples of 1200 but in some cases can go down to 300

Code

This page is an Article on bildr. Articles are pages that define or explain a concept, method, or generic item.

NOTE: All information contained within this article is pure opinion. Although this article is intended to help people, it may contain faulty or misleading information. This article is not to be considered professional opinion or advice, and is in no way a replacement for reading all safety/instructional documentation. Always remember to protect yourself when handling/using hazardous materials, as well as test new techniques before using them on projects/work intended to be handed in or used.

bildr and its contributers take NO responsibility for the information contained within.