Hi, I've read that it's possible to run the serial faster than 115200 bps (e.g. here http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php/topic,21497.0.html ). I've tried to do it on the Due and Uno, but it doesn't produce the expected results: the data are corrupted if I write too fast, and if I add a delay between writes (writing 514 bytes then sleeping >10msec), it works, but writing is as slow as on 115200 -- not just because of the delays, but the writes seem to block. I have some questions to make sure I'm doing it right:
- Is this possible for the serial over USB connection to run at high speeds e.g. 115200*4= 460800 bps?
- Which is most likely to work, Uno, Due prog. port or Due native port? (maybe off topic) - Does JSSC support such baud rates?
There may be bugs in the code causing the corrupted data, but I hope someone can say wheter it should be possible in the first place. The project is for controlling 264 RGB LEDs, and I'd like at least 30 updates per second.