[time-nuts] 57600 baud rate with Basic???
Tom Van Baak
tvb at LeapSecond.com
Wed Oct 10 11:39:25 EDT 2012
Do consider John's TimeLab program: Windows, free, easy to use, wonderful live plots, phase, frequency, ADEV, etc. You will be amazed. Download from http://www.ke5fx.com/timelab/readme.htm
It supports the SR620 directly as well as a number of other popular counters. For unusual instruments, there's a tab called "acquire from counter in talk-only mode" which can be used to capture serial phase or frequency data (at any baud rate). I use this feature myself; I suspect it would work for you as well.
Not only would it solve your BASIC baud rate problem but it would also give you real-time logging and plotting capability.
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From: <cdelect at juno.com>
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Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2012 10:44 AM
Subject: [time-nuts] 57600 baud rate with Basic???
> I'm currently using a GWBasic program at 9600 Baud to get 1 second T.I.
> data (12 digits) from an SR620 counter, display the reading , put the
> reading into a file, name the file sequentialy, and either save or delete
> the file via a function key.
> I'm switching to a new counter that outputs at 57600 Baud (9 digits).
> Is there a version of Basic I can use that would support that 57600 Baud
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