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  1. #41
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    Default Re: Multiple PICs on usart network

    Thanks, Andy.

    Actually, there's nothing to it, really.

    Just set up the Rx and Tx routines as shown in the graphic (substitute the pin you're actually using in place of the C.6 I've shown) and call Tx before each transmission, and Rx before receiving (or more accurately, after each transmission).

    So, at any time, only one guy is transmitting.

    And, make sure the pin you're using is set for digital I/O, of course.

    Anand

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    Default Re: Multiple PICs on usart network

    Quote Originally Posted by ardhuru View Post
    Thanks, Andy.

    Actually, there's nothing to it, really.
    Hello Anand,

    Thank you very much buddy in advance for your replying me.

    In brief, I am beginner at PIC world, and absolutely not expert such as you bro.

    Would you mind if you share an applicable sample here (for Master and slaves), please?

    I would deeply appreciate for your understanding and most valuable support.

    Regards,

    Andy
    Last edited by andymuller; - 27th January 2015 at 17:47.

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