Thu, 06 Aug 87 08:17:55 -0400
Frank -- from my experience, it would be worth looking at "stop bits"
in addition to clock tolerances. If a receiver expects more stop
bits than a sender sends, things tend to work when there is a
non-continuous stream of characters, but get garbled when the line is
running flat out - the first bit or two of the "next character" get
eaten up as if they were stop bits for the current character. You
can test this hypothesis by comparing the characters as received with
those as sent, and seeing if bit-shifting would cause a match.
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