Current Version: 07.96
Previous Version: User’s Manual 07.93
Subjects (major changes since last revision)
- 10 new package provided: P-MQFP-80
- 72 Selectable out-of-band flow control in ASYNC mode: description added
- 75 In-band flow control transparency: description added
- 87 Selectable enhanced resolution BRG: description added
110, 141, 167 124, 170, 208 Timer register (TIMR): description extended for V3.x
RSTA register, ISR0 register (RME interrupt): description extended
115, 146, 172 133, 179, 217 XBCH, bit XC: description extended
124,152, 179 144, 187, 227 Baud rate generator register (BGR): description extended
133 157 Channel configuration register 4 (CCR4) in HDLC mode: description extended
138 164 STAR, bit XFW: description extended
140 168 Mode register (MODE) in ASYNC mode: new bits (FRTS, FRCS)
144 175 RFIFO Control Register (RFC) in ASYNC mode: new bit (DXS)
Channel Configuration Register 4 (CCR4) in ASYNC and BISYNC mode: new
204 256 XTAL1 clock period, high time and low time: min. values for N-10 version
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