Serial Programming (Wikibooks)

 
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Serial Programming (Wikibooks)

The field of serial data transmission is a fascinating one, so welcome. This article is a part of a series that will address a variety of topics related to serial data transmission.

By the end of this lesson, we should be able to transfer just about any kind of data via cables between computers. I'm going to try to start at the beginning and use a tiered approach to working with serial data. Possibly even wirelessly (wireless data communication).

This topic has so many facets that it might be challenging to understand at times. I'm going to dig in and try to introduce the RS-232 serial data communications standard by starting with the fundamentals.

The principles and techniques for creating diverse serial port interfaces using a variety of languages are illustrated in this book. You can create complex interfaces and use them in actual applications thanks to this thorough, practical, and hands-on tutorial on serial interface programming.

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