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SoftwareSerial appears to have some timing issues and/or software issues. Check this forum thread for discussion. Software Serial Discussion. In particular, if you are having problems using SoftwareSerial with an Atmega168 chip delete SoftwareSerial.o in your Arduino directory.

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SoftwareSerial parece tener algunos problemillas con la temposrización y/o con el software. Echa un vistazo a este hilo del foro para ver la discusión.

appears to have some timing issues and/or software issues. Check this forum thread for discussion. Software Serial Discussion. En particular, si tienes problemas utilizando SoftwareSerial con un chip Atmega168 borra SoftwareSerial.o de tu directorio(carpeta) de Arduino

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Because it's not supported by hardware, the library has a few limitations:

  • Only speeds up to 9600 baud work
  • Serial.available() doesn't work
  • Serial.read() will wait until data arrives
  • Only data received while Serial.read() is being called will be received. Data received at other times will be lost, since the chip is not "listening".
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Como no está soportada por hardware, la librería tiene unas pocas limitaciones:

  • Sólo funciona con velocidades de hasta 9600 baudios.
  • Serial.available() no funciona
  • Serial.read() esperará hasta que lleguen los datos.
  • Sólo se recibirán los datos recibidos mientras Serial.read() es invocada. Los datos recibidos en cualquier otro momento se perderán, ya que el chip no está "escuchando".
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La librería SoftwareSerial

The SoftwareSerial library has been developed to allow serial communication on other digital pins of the Arduino, using software to replicate the functionality (hence the name "SoftwareSerial").

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La librería SoftwareSerial ha sido desarrollada para permitir la comunicación serie a través de otros pines digitales de Arduino, utilizando software para replicar la funcionalidad (de ahí el nombre de "SoftwareSerial")

Limitaciones

June 03, 2010, at 07:58 PM by Equipo Traduccion -
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El hardware de Arduino tiene de serie soporte para las comunicaciones serie en los pines 0 y 1 (que también se conectan con el ordenador a través de la conexión USB). El soporte serie nativo tiene lugar mediante un pieza de hardware (montada en el chip) llamada UART.

The Arduino hardware has built-in support for serial communication on pins 0 and 1 (which also goes to the computer via the USB connection). The native serial support happens via a piece of hardware (built into the chip) called a UART. This hardware allows the Atmega chip to receive serial communication even while working on other tasks, as long as there room in the 64 byte serial buffer.

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El hardware de Arduino tiene de serie soporte para las comunicaciones serie en los pines 0 y 1 (que también se conectan con el ordenador a través de la conexión USB). El soporte serie nativo tiene lugar mediante un pieza de hardware (montada en el chip) llamada UART. Este hardware permite al chip Atmega recibir comunicaciones serie incluso mientras trabaja en otras tareas, siempre y cuando haya espacio en el buffer serie de 64 bytes.

La librería SoftwareSerial

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Librería SoftwareSerial

El hardware de Arduino tiene de serie soporte para las comunicaciones serie en los pines 0 y 1 (que también se conectan con el ordenador a través de la conexión USB). El soporte serie nativo tiene lugar mediante un pieza de hardware (montada en el chip) llamada UART.

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Software Serial Discussion

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Software Serial Discussion. In particular, if you are having problems using SoftwareSerial with an Atmega168 chip delete SoftwareSerial.o in your Arduino directory.

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SoftwareSerial appears to have some timing issues and/or undocumented bugs. Check this forum thread for discussion.

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SoftwareSerial appears to have some timing issues and/or software issues. Check this forum thread for discussion.

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SoftwareSerial appears to have some timing issues and/or undocumented bugs. Check this forum thread for discussion. Software Serial Discussion

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The Arduino hardware has built-in support for serial communication on pins 0 and 1 (which also goes to the computer via the USB connection). This library enables serial communication on the other digital pins of the Arduino, using software to replicate the functionality (hence the name "SoftwareSerial").

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The Arduino hardware has built-in support for serial communication on pins 0 and 1 (which also goes to the computer via the USB connection). The native serial support happens via a piece of hardware (built into the chip) called a UART. This hardware allows the Atmega chip to receive serial communication even while working on other tasks, as long as there room in the 64 byte serial buffer.

The SoftwareSerial library has been developed to allow serial communication on other digital pins of the Arduino, using software to replicate the functionality (hence the name "SoftwareSerial").

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  • Any data received when Serial.read() isn't being called will be lost.
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  • Only data received while Serial.read() is being called will be received. Data received at other times will be lost, since the chip is not "listening".
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Here's a basic example

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The Arduino hardware has built-in support for serial communication on pins 0 and 1 (which also goes to the computer via the USB connection). This library enables serial communication on the other digital pins of the Arduino, using software to replicate the functionality (hence the name "SoftwareSerial"). Because it's not supported by hardware, there are a few limitations:

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The Arduino hardware has built-in support for serial communication on pins 0 and 1 (which also goes to the computer via the USB connection). This library enables serial communication on the other digital pins of the Arduino, using software to replicate the functionality (hence the name "SoftwareSerial").

Limitations

Because it's not supported by hardware, the library has a few limitations:

December 04, 2006, at 02:06 PM by David A. Mellis -
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SoftwareSerial Library

The Arduino hardware has built-in support for serial communication on pins 0 and 1 (which also goes to the computer via the USB connection). This library enables serial communication on the other digital pins of the Arduino, using software to replicate the functionality (hence the name "SoftwareSerial"). Because it's not supported by hardware, there are a few limitations:

  • Only speeds up to 9600 baud work
  • Serial.available() doesn't work
  • Serial.read() will wait until data arrives
  • Any data received when Serial.read() isn't being called will be lost.

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