USART Peripheral Library for Harmony v2

This library allows you to:

  • Configure the USART and Baud Rate Generator.
  • Transmit and receive data over the Universal Synchronous/Asynchronous Reciever/Transmitter (USART) interface.

Example Library Functions

USART Configuration
PLIB_USART_BaudRateSet (USART_ID_2, SYS_CLK_PeripheralFrequencyGet(CLK_BUS_PERIPHERAL_2), 9600)
Set USART2 baud rate to 9600
Enable USART2
USART Transmit
PLIB_USART_TransmitterEnable (USART_ID_2)
Enable USART2 transmitter
PLIB_USART_TransmitterBufferIsFull (USART_ID_2)
Check if the USART2 transmit buffer is full
PLIB_USART_TransmitterByteSend (USART_ID_2, 'a')
Transmit the character "a" on USART2
USART Receive
PLIB_USART_ReceiverEnable (USART_ID_1)
Enable USART1 receiver
PLIB_USART_ReceiverDataIsAvailable (USART_ID_1))
Check if data has been received on USART1
PLIB_USART_ReceiverByteReceive (USART_ID_1)
Read data on USART1

 Learn More

Harmony USART Tutorial
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Example Code and Projects
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Entire USART Driver Interface
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USART Hardware Description
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