My experience is that internal SER cards for PC tend to work reliably at
up to 230 kBaud without handshake, while most USB-SER coverters don't.
Usually you notice it only during long file transfers.
Am 21.01.2018 um 00:11 schrieb Dave Park via Ql-Users:
> Once you're up into 230k territory, the quality of the cable starts making
> an extraordinary difference, even if there is UART support for that speed.
> On Sat, Jan 20, 2018 at 3:25 PM, Peter Graf via Ql-Users <
> firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hi Fabrizio,
>>> configuring the driver in Win10 there are available different predefined
>>> speeds, including 460800, so I assume it should work at least from PC
>> I know, but that tells nothing about what the adaptor can physically
>> hanlde. I have a lot of experience with that, unfortunately. Nine out of
>> ten adaptors which allow to select such high speeds, can't even handle
>> 230 kBaud PC to PC reliably.
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