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Thread: Serial Communication between XMC microcontrollers

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    New Member New Member Jamal is on a distinguished road
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    Serial Communication between XMC microcontrollers

    I have recently installed dave4 and set up a xmc4500 relax kit. I have managed to run an example of UART which communicates between xmc4500 and PC.
    Now I am looking for a reference guide or any application examples which shows a serial communication via UART between XMC microcontrollers or in general at the moment I have two XMC4500 relax kits and I want to create a communication channel between both kits using UART.

    If there are any examples that would be great or any reference guide which shows how to connect both microcontrollers?

    Best Regards

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    Advanced Advanced aurixuser is on a distinguished road
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    Very simple. Connect the two boards as following:
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    Now you could start write code for the two boards to communicate.

    UART is the simplest protocol in the Electronic Design world. You should invest some time and energy to master it.

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