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    USB to UART converter (FT234)

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    I have Designed USB to TTL which i selected FT234 IC. in that there is the pin called CTS and RTS. without connecting that two pin how i complete my design.

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    Re: USB to UART converter (FT234)

    It depends on what you want your design to do. WE sure don't know.

    RTS and CTS are handshaking signals. Maybe you need them. Maybe you don't. Are you intending to use hardware handshaking? If so, you'll need them. Are you going to use XON/XOFF handshaking? If so, then you won't need them.



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    Re: USB to UART converter (FT234)

    we are planing to use only Rx and Tx pins without handshaking signal. if yes, how would the connection with MCU(RL78f13).



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    Re: USB to UART converter (FT234)

    RX of device to TX of MCU and TX of device to RX of MCU. I'm not really sure I understand your question.



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