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8051 is full duplex or half?

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Hi friends, 8051 is a full duplex or half? its having only one SBUF then how it can be operate in full duplex?


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i believe you want to know about UART in 8051.
sbuf is a ring buffer. data being sent out from one side and recived from other side.

you will need to use both channels of MAZ232 ro implement full duplex protocol.

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hock said:
i believe you want to know about UART in 8051.
sbuf is a ring buffer. data being sent out from one side and recived from other side.

you will need to use both channels of MAZ232 ro implement full duplex protocol.

hock

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Yes U can Use 8051 in Full Duplex Mode Using the Tx & RX Interrupt routine with priority mode.
 

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