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DIY RS232 Interface With PLD/FPGA

Posted March 1, 2012 by Chris

“In this article we explore the flexibilty and capability of FPGAs and specifically CPLDs for creating an RS232 serial interface. Our main goal will be to send ASCII codes from a PC to our CPLD Dev Board and display them on a 7 segment LED for verification. ”

2 Responses to “DIY RS232 Interface With PLD/FPGA”

  1. Eva Says:

    I found my serial numebr location in physical memory by dumping memory blocks one ar a time and using a capture log. I wrote a small program that would send the dump command to realterm, incromenting the block displayed everytime. Go to bed and when you get up in morning you have most the memory dumped. In other words you could dump the memory and save it to a file change the serial numebr then reset drive. Redump the memory and compare the two files. The only changes to the memory dump files should be the serial numebr and crc storage spot. (Of course the best laid plans thing again

  2. Eva Says:

    I found my serial numebr location in physical memory by dumping memory blocks one ar a time and using a capture log. I wrote a small program that would send the dump command to realterm, incromenting the block displayed everytime. Go to bed and when you get up in morning you have most the memory dumped. In other words you could dump the memory an

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