RE: [stella] Maximum baud rate for sending?

Subject: RE: [stella] Maximum baud rate for sending?
From: "Fred Quimby" <c9r@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 07:11:28 -0400
Anyway, I thought I'd try other baud rates.  I whipped up an asm file for 
the cart dumper that can be conditionally compiled at 1200, 2400, 9600, 
19200, 38400, 57600, and 115200 bps, either with or without a TTL level 

Actually, the asm file contains general-purpose serial drivers for the above 
speeds, so it can be used for something more practical than a cart dumper :) 
  The asm is kind of a mess... Sorry, but I'm busy lately...

I've assembled a bin for each baud rate (without TTL level converter, since 
I don't have one).  I've tried them all.  Interestingly, 115200 is no longer 
working for me.  Maybe my cabling is bad too, or my serial port is pissed 
off from getting signals it doesn't like, as 57600 is flaky too.  But 38400 
and slower are proving to be quite reliable.

Anyway, y'all have fun with it... I'm going to get back to work on bB now.

>This one didn't work for me.  I just got a lot of
>high-ascii characters.
>--- Fred Quimby <c9r@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I got it working at 115200 bps, and it works great!
> > It sends the whole 4k
> > cart in about 2 seconds.  The timing is nearly
> > dead-on.
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