The Math Behind the AVR Assembly UART Functions Found in ATMEL AppNote AVR305

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Bit length converted to clock cycles,

Bit Length

An example using an 8MHz clock and 19,200 baud rate:

Bit Length Example

The transmit and receive functions use 9 cycles and rcall/ret are 7 cycles (note: the delay subroutine is called twice),

dContinuing our example:

d Example

With the following delay routine, total execution time is 3*b cycles plus 7 cycles for the rcall/ret:

              rcall UART_delay
UART_delay:   ldi  temp, b
UART_delay1:  dec  temp
              brne UART_delay1
              ret

where,
c
Continuing our example,
c Example
The actual delay generated, calling delay twice is,
delay
Continuing our example:
delay Example
Resulting baud rate error,
error
Continuing our example:
error Example
Here are the transmit, receive and delay functions.

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