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This means that when signal 1 gets /activated?, a capital A will be sent to the serial port. A lowercase 'a' will be sent when the signal is deactivated?. Mechanical buttons can be connected directly.
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This means that when signal 1 gets active(button press), a capital A will be sent to the serial port. A lowercase 'a' will be sent when the signal is deactivated(button release). Mechanical buttons can be connected directly.
    
<u>'''Output'''</u>
 
<u>'''Output'''</u>
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If no button is pressed when powered it boots the last known protocol. In the simple protocol every byte sent to the BITSI over the serial port, is represented at the 8 bit output.
 
If no button is pressed when powered it boots the last known protocol. In the simple protocol every byte sent to the BITSI over the serial port, is represented at the 8 bit output.
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The '''extended''' protocol uses two bytes?, this combination can access two analog outputs and a tone generator. The first byte selects the output. The second byte determines the value written to this output.
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The '''extended''' protocol uses two bytes(or two characters), this combination can access two analog outputs and a tone generator. The first byte selects the output. The second byte determines the value written to this output.
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<u>'''Serial port settings'''</u>
 
<u>'''Serial port settings'''</u>
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Our hardware design allows to be connected to the computers USB and emulates a serial [[Port]].
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Our hardware design allows to be connected to the computers USB and emulates a serial communication Port.
    
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