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Bu lcdler piyasada genellikle KS entegreleri ile uyumlu olarak bulunur. Serial communication is common method of transmitting data between a computer and a peripheral device such as a programmable instrument or even another computer. Serial communication transmits data one bit at a time, sequentially, over a single communication line to a receiver.

Serial is also a most popular communication protocol that is used by many devices for instrumentation; numerous GPIB-compatible devices also come with an RS based port.

This method is used when data transfer rates are very low or the data must be transferred over long distances and also where the cost of cable and synchronization difficulties make parallel communication impractical. Serial communication is popular because most computers have one or more serial ports, so no extra hardware is needed other than a cable to connect the instrument to the computer or two computers together.

II Serial Vs Parallel: We know that parallel ports are typically used to connect a PC to a printer and are rarely used for other connections. A parallel port sends and receives data eight bits at a time over progranlama separate wires or lines. This allows data to be transferred very quickly. However, the setup looks more bulky because of the number of individual wires it must contain.

But, in ilr case of a serial communication, as stated earlier, a serial port sends and receives data, one bit at a time over one wire. While it takes eight times as long to transfer each byte of data this way, only a few wires are required. Although this is slower than parallel communication, which allows the transmission of an entire byte at once, it is simpler and can be used over longer distances. For example, the IEEE specifications for parallel communication state that the cabling between equipment can be no more than 20 meters total, with no more than 2 meters between any two devices; serial, however, can extend as much asmeters with high-quality cable.

So, at first sight it would seem that a serial link must be inferior to a parallel one, because it can transmit less data on each clock tick. However, it is often the case that, in modern technology, serial links can be clocked considerably faster than parallel links, and achieve a higher data rate.

Even in shorter distance communications, serial computer buses are becoming more common because of a tipping point where the disadvantages of parallel busses clock skew, interconnect density outweigh their advantage of simplicity no need for programlmaa and deserializer. The serial port on your PC is a full-duplex device meaning that it can send and receive data at the same time.

In order to be able to do this, it uses separate lines for transmitting and receiving data. From the above discussion we could understand that serial communications have many advantages over parallel one like:. Il skew is a phenomenon in synchronous circuits in which the clock signal sent from the clock circuit arrives at different components at different times, which can be caused by many things, like: There are two types of clock skew: Positive lrogramlama, which occurs when the clock reaches the receiving register later than it reaches the register sending data to the receiving register and negative skew which just opposite: Two types of violation can be caused by clock skew.

One problem is caused when the clock travels more slowly than the path from one register to another – allowing data to penetrate two registers in the same clock pulse, or maybe destroying the integrity of the latched data. Progeamlama is called a hold violation because the previous data is not held long enough at the destination flip-flop to be properly clocked through. Another problem is caused if the destination flip-flop receives the clock pulse earlier than the source flip-flop – the data signal has that much less time to reach the destination flip-flop before the next clock tick.



If it fails to do so, a setup violation occurs, so-called because the new data was not set up and stable before the next clock tick arrived. A hold violation is more serious than a setup violation because it cannot be fixed by increasing the clock period.

Positive skew and negative skew cannot negatively impact setup and hold timing constraints respectively. Like any data transfer methods, Serial Communication also requires coordination between the sender and receiver.

For example, when to start the transmission and when to end it, when one particular bit or byte ends and another begins, when the receiver’s capacity has been exceeded, and so on. Here comes the need for synchronization between the sender and the receiver.

A protocol defines the specific methods of coordinating transmission between a sender and receiver. Let us take an example.

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A serial data signal between two PCs must have individual bits and bytes that the receiving PC can distinguish. If it doesn’t, then the receiving PC can’t tell where one byte ends and the next one begin or where one bit ends and begins.

So the signal must be synchronized in such a way that the receiver can distinguish the bits and bytes as the transmitter intends them to be distinguished. There are two ways to synchronize the two ends of the communication namely synchronous and asynchronous.

The synchronous signaling methods use two different signals.

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A ccz on one signal line indicates when another bit of information is ready on the other signal line. The asynchronous signaling methods use only one signal. The receiver uses transitions on that signal to figure out the transmitter bit rate known as auto baud and timing, and set a local clock to the proper timing, typically using a PLL to synchronize with the transmission rate. A pulse from the local clock indicates when another bit is ready. That means synchronous transmissions use an external clock, while asynchronous transmissions are use special signals programlamx the transmission medium.

For example, from a computer to printer that cannot send status signals back to the computer. In a half-duplex connection, two-way transfer of data is possible, but only in one direction at a time. But in a full-duplex configuration, both ends can send and receive data simultaneously, which technique is common in our PCs.

Synchronous transmission – a brief explanation: In synchronous transmission, the stream of data to be transferred is encoded and sent on one line, and a periodic pulse of voltage which is often called the “clock” or “strobe” is put on another line, that tells the receiver about the beginning and the ending of each bit or byte. In general, such synchronous transmission protocols are used for all the types of parallel communications.

For example, in a computer, address information is transmitted synchronously, i. Synchronization can also be embedded into a signal on a progrmalama wire. In differential Manchester encoding, used in video-tape systems, each transition from a low to high or high to low represents a logical zero. A logical one is indicated when there are two transitions in the same time frame.

Fig above Synchronous Vs Asynchronous. The only advantage of synchronous data transfer is the Lower overhead and thus, greater throughput, compared to asynchronous one. But it has some disadvantages such as, 1 Slightly more complex and 2 Hardware is more expensive One of the main Disadvantage of asynchronous technique is the large relative overhead, where a high xcs of the transmitted bits are uniquely for control purposes and thus carry no useful information. But it holds some advantages like, 1 Simple and doesn’t require much programlma on both communication sides 2 The timing is not as critical as for synchronous transmission; therefore hardware can be made cheaper.

But what do they really mean? As the full DTE name indicates, this is a piece of device that ends a communication cc, whereas the DCE provides a path for communication. Let pgogramlama try to understand the functions of both these equipments through an example. Let’s take the example of a computer on which wants to communicate with the Internet through a modem and a dial-up connection.


To get to the Internet you tell your modem to dial the number of your provider. After your modems have dialed the number, the modem of the provider will answer your call. Then your connection is established. Now you have a connection with the server from your provider and you can use the Internet. The two modems yours and that one of your provider’s i,e DCEs. They make the communication between you and your provider possible.

But now we have to look at the programlma of your provider.

The answer is a DTE. It ends the communication line between you and the server, although it gives you the possibility to surf around the globe. The reason why it is a DTE is that when you want to go from your provider’s server to another place it uses another interface. It means, for your connection to the server, the server is a DTE, but the same server is a DCE for the equipment that it is attached to the rest of the Net.

IV How does it Serial date transfer work: Let us come back to serial communication and try to know how the data is transferred serially. Serial communication requires that you specify the following five ccx After the stop bit, the line may remain idle indefinitely, or another character may immediately be started. The minimum stop bit length required by the system can be larger than a “bit”.

In fact it can be 1. Communication is completed using 3 transmission lines: Ground, Transmit, and Receive. Since serial is asynchronous in many applicationsthe port is able to transmit data on one line while receiving data on another. Other lines are available for handshaking, but are not required.

We already understood that the important serial characteristics are baud rate, data bits, stop bits, and programlaam and for two ports to communicate, these parameters must match.

Let us now try to understand each term in detail. Used to specify Data speed, which is a measure of the number of times a digital signal changes state in one second or the number of signal events or signal transitions occurring per second.

The changes can be a From positive voltage to zero voltage, b From zero voltage to negative voltage, or c From positive voltage to negative voltage. The baud rate can never be higher than the raw bandwidth of the channel, as measured in Hz.

Baud rate and bit rate, often and incorrectly, are used interchangeably. The relationship between baud rate and bit rate depends on the sophistication of the modulation scheme used to manipulate the carrier. The bit rate bits per second or bps and baud rate can be the same, if each bit is represented by a signal transition in a single-bit modulation scheme.

Baud rate is almost always a lower figure than bps for a given digital signal because some signal modulation techniques allow more than one data bit to be transmitted per change state.

So the bit rate bps and baud rate baud per second can be connected by the formula: The following two examples give how it could be. Thus, the modem’s bps rate is equal to the baud rate 2 When we use a baud rate ofyou use a modulation technique called phase modulation that transmits four bits per baud. Baud rates greater than these are possible, but these rates reduce the distance by which devices can be separated. These high baud rates are used for device communication where the devices are located together, as is typically the case with GPIB devices.