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Serial Communication problem?

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Zerox100

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Is there an easy way to pass 16kbit realtime stream over a 19.2kbps noisy serial link (without clock)? I want a simple format (not very complex as HDLC). It must be cover very easy data with minimum fade packet?
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i think HDLC is the simpliest protocol recogniseable by two devices. You can always use shorter sequence of signs: 1 bit start; 7 bits ASCII; 1 bit parity; 1 bit stop, but this is the question if devices recognise that frame between each other.
 

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Hi, Don't that it is possible. Your do not have enough bandwidth. If you want to try something base the design on CIRC4 (see CD standard)

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