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# Lecture # 13 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Lecture # 13. C:\>debug -o 378 0A -i 379 D0 -o 378 19 -i 379 48. Sending byte 9A. C:\>debug -i 379 D7 -o 378 0A -i 379 4F -o 378 19.

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C:\>debug-o 378 0A-i 379D0-o 378 19-i 37948

Sending byte 9A

C:\>debug-i 379D7-o 378 0A-i 3794F-o 378 19

0A=00001010 , Data line 4=0 (sent)D7=11010111 , BUSY=1 (recieved)11010111 >> 3 = 00011010 00011010 & 00001111 = 00001010 = 0A , Data line 4 =0 (send for verification)D0 = 11010000 , BUSY=1 (received & verified)

09=00001001 , Data line 4 =0Set Data line 4 to 100001001 | 00010000 = 00011001 = 19 ,(Sent to 378H) (Sent)4FH=01001111 , BUSY=0 (Received)01001111 << 1 = 1001111

Joining both nibblesLow Nibble00011010 & 00001111 = 00001010Hi Nibble10011111 & 11110000 = 10010000Whole byte00001010 | 10010000 = 10011010 = 9A

while (1)

{ ch = Buf [i];

if ((inport((*lpt) + 1)& 0x80) == 0)

{ ch = Buf [i];

ch = ch & 0xEF;

while((inport((*lpt) + 1) &0x80) == 0);

}

else

{ ch = Buf [i];

ch = ch >> 4;

ch = ch | 0x10;

outport (*lpt, ch);

i++;

while((inport((*lpt) + 1) &0x80) == 80);

}

}

while (1)

{ if ((inport(*lpt + 1)& 0x80) == 0x80)

{ x = inport ((*lpt) + 1);

x = x >> 3;

x = x & 0x0F;

outport((*lpt), x);

while((inport(*lpt + 1) &0x80) == 0x80);

}

else

{ y = inport ((*lpt) + 1);

y = y << 1;

temp = y;

y = y | x;

temp = temp | 0x10;\\ Set D4 bit

i++;

outport (*lpt, temp);\\ Send for verification

Buf [i] = y;

while((inport((*lpt) + 1) &0x80) == 0);

}

}

• Synchronous

• Asynchronous

MSB

1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0

Synchronous Communication

• Timing signal is used to identify start and end of a bit.

0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1

• Sampling may be edge triggered.

• Special line may be required for timing signal (requires another line).

• Or the timing signal may be encoded within the original signal (requires double the bandwidth).

• Does not use make use of timing signal.

• Each byte (word) needs to encapsulated in start and end bit.

Parity bit

Start bit of next byte

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1

0

5 – 8 bit

1, 1.5, 2 Stop bit

Start bit

• 1.5 Stop bit

Bit rate = 9600

A bit is sampled after = 1/9600

-- But start and end bits of a particular Byte cannot be recognized.

-- So 1.5 stop bit (high) is used to encapsulate a byte. A start bit (low) at the start of Byte is used to identify the start of a Byte.

• -- Bit rate and other settings should be the same at both ends i.e.

• Data bits per Byte. (5 – 8 )

• Parity check

• Parity Even/Odd

• No. of stop bits.

1/1300 sec

Data bits

Stop bit

Start bit

Odd parity

A = 41H = 0100 0001 B

Parity = Odd

Data = 8

Stop bit =1

Data rate = 300 bits/sec

• Standard for physical dimensions of the connectors.

RS – 232C Cable

PC

(DTE)

(DCE)

Modem

Connected via serial port

RS – 232C Connectors and SignalsDB25 (25 pin connector)

13

25

12

24

11

23

10

RI

22

9

21

CD

8

DTR

20

GND

7

19

6

DSR

18

5

CTS

17

4

RTS

18

3

RD

19

2

T X D

20

1

25 pin connector on PC

CD

DTE

DCE

DTR

MODEM

PC

DSR

RTS

CTS

RxD

TxD

DTR (SHOULD REMAIN HIGH THROUGH OUT THE SESSION )

CTS (CAN BE USED FOR FLOW CONTROL )