Serial Comm Ports for ever and ever… (Part 5)

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This posts contains a couple of illustrations of the assembled prototype. It uses a standard Diecimila (ATMEGA 168 based) board, an Adafruit Industries proto shield. There are few components around a MAXIM DALLAS Max232, capacitors, leds and a 9 pin sub-D connector. As you can see, I am using exhaustlively a set of preassembled components which allow very, very short cabling time, some sort of “cabling on the fly”, or “cable as you write”! I will come back later on that if you are interested (Are you?)

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