RE: [stella] Maximum baud rate for sending?

Subject: RE: [stella] Maximum baud rate for sending?
From: Glenn Saunders <mos6507@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 23:58:21 -0400
Ironically, 57600 works 100% reliably for me now.  I
tried it a few times and made sure the hex converted
back to a BIN.  It was fine.  And since my cable
sucks, I wonder what could be wrong on your end? 
57600 is a very pleasant speed for dumping 4K worth of
data.  38400 is okay.  I have a 2.4ghz PIV so the
serial port is as modern as they come.

I tried all the speeds downward and they all work.

We really need some PAL volunteers, though.  What
would be the theoretical delay times for PAL?

--- Fred Quimby <c9r@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 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.

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