C programmer's guide to serial communications

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Sams Pub., 1993 - Computers - 939 pages
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ASCII. Fundamentals of asynchronous technology. Errors and error detection. Information transfer. Modems and modem control. The UART: a conceptual model. Real-world UARTs. The baseline smart modem. Smart modem commands. Protocol modems. Facsimile. Design a basic serial I/O library. Portability considerations. Functions for baud rate and data format. RS-232 control. Flow control SIO management. Formatted output. Formatted input. An introduction to interrupt I/O. Interrupt sub-handlers. Smart modem programming. XMODEM file transfers. CRC calculations. Group 3 facsimile image encoding and decoding.

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About the author (1993)

Jazz musician and writer, Joe Campbell got hooked on humour in high school and has had his essays published in "Stitches, the Journal of Medical Humour", "Gilbert", the "Toronto Sun", the "Calgary Herald", and "The Globe & Mail". He lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

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