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Assignment No. 02
Total Marks: 20
Due Date: 09/Dec/2013
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Question 1: Marks 10
Serial port contains a special chip for input/output which can communicate in two different modes. Explore and describe these modes and which one is better in the serial communication.
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Question 2: Marks 04
Data is written at UART internal Transmitter Holding Register. What do you think is the role of Transmit Shift Register and TxD line during this write operation?
Question 3: Marks 06
DTE wants to communicate with the DCE using RS232C Protocol. How does this communication start and end? Identify the steps involved from the starting signal to ending signal between DTE and DCE device.
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haha rightly asked Sonia Naz
what does mean by in Q:1
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Only text mai answer dena hai?
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plz anyone tell me about modes, modes will b Asynchronous & synchronous for serial communication???????????
FRND instrustr keh rhehen serial port k nahi bal k chip that is used for input output by serial comunction'' k modes btane hn
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Yes two modes are Asynchronous & synchronous for serial communication
which one is better for serial communication?
The UART serial port (or just "serial port for short" is an I/O device.