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    Is it possible to connect 8051 to another 8051 and transfer data serially?

    Hi, Is it possible to connect to one 8051 to another 8051 and transfer data serially.....

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    Re: Connect MC to MC (8051)

    Yes of course.


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    Re: Connect MC to MC (8051)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffrey Peter View Post
    Hi, Is it possible to connect to one 8051 to another 8051 and transfer data serially.....
    YEP...
    You need common GND for both uCs, then connect
    Tx (uC1) to Rx (uC2)
    and
    Rx (uC1) to Tx (uC2)
    and off----you----go ..

    [use the same speed and data format at both ends]


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    Re: Connect MC to MC (8051)

    You can even consider IR link between them without wires.



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    Re: Connect MC to MC (8051)

    Quote Originally Posted by IanP View Post
    YEP...
    You need common GND for both uCs, then connect
    Tx (uC1) to Rx (uC2)
    and
    Rx (uC1) to Tx (uC2)
    and off----you----go ..

    [use the same speed and data format at both ends]


    IanP
    This is correct,



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    Re: Connect MC to MC (8051)

    You could also consider using the I2C/TWI or SPI interfaces as well.

    I2C / TWI Tutorial: Introduction


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