Bit Banging on PIC16f876

Bit Banging on PIC16f876

Post by Eugenio ALES » Tue, 21 Jan 2003 04:00:33

I need two serial port on PIC16f876 so I'm looking for a good,
adjustable (baud rate 4800 and 19200 the second) software written in
asm to bit banging on this micro...
Could anyone help me?

Thanks in advance
Eugenio ALESSI


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