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Monkey3

There's no auto mode that I can find so I had to select everything manually.

I've tried loads of different options and the closest I've come to a match is the one I've got to here which is 9600, 8N1.
I think it's more likely 8N2 as when I add a parity bit (of any type) and set 1 stop bit the length is perfect but the parity bit is often wrong but there's no option to add 2 stop bits in PulseView.

I'm actually monitoring both the A and B but was only showing 1 of them in the images to save space. Both signals are the same, as you'd expect, except being the opposite. The idle high signal shows exactly the same data.

Riva

You will know if the data is correct if you never get UART framing errors.
I mentioned about the A/B high idle as adding a UART protocol decoder to the wrong one may cause wrong data values and framing errors to be returned in the decode data.

This is just the sort thing I like working on and even looks at the Vado unit for playing with but it would be too expensive for just the fun of it.
Don't PM me for help as I will ignore it.

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