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Lab 6 – Parallel and Serial Communications Lab Report Student Name: Brandon Howard Due: online beginning of Lab 7 Activity 1 (20 points) Draw the cable diagram of the mystery device. BE SURE to indicate the ID number of your device! Use the template that follows this report. Attached at end of lab report. Activity 2 (20 points) What do the settings, “9600, n, 8. 1, no flow control mean? Describe each setting. 9600 is what the baud rate is set to, which changes the bit rate. n means no parity, which means that the error detecting code is off, 8 sets the byte size to 8 bits, and the one means there is one stop bit, which follows the data and marks the end of a transmission. (20 points) What happened in the last part of this exercise? Explain hardware flow control with respect to pins 4 and 5 on the breakout box. What did you have to do in the HyperTerminal configurations to get around circuits 4 and 5 being disconnected, and why? Turning off the switches for pins 4 and 5 turned of the request to send and clear
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course IT 101 taught by Professor Watt during the Fall '07 term at RIT.

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