What serial port am I using?
To check what port is used by what service. Open device manager Select the COM Port Right click and then click on Properties/Port Settings Tab/Advanced Button/COM Port Number Drop-down menu and assigned the COM port. Starting from COM1 and changing to COM2, etc for each device. You can assign Ports to each device.
In computing, a serial port is a serial communication interface through which information transfers in or out one bit at a time (in contrast to a parallel port). Throughout most of the history of personal computers, data was transferred through serial ports to devices such as modems, terminals, and various peripherals.
- Most serial ports on personal computers conform to the RS-232C or RS-422 standards. A serial port is a general-purpose interface that can be used for almost any type of device, including modems, mice, and printers (although most printers are connected to a parallel port).
- RS-232 is a standard communication protocol for linking computer and its peripheral devices to allow serial data exchange. In simple terms RS232 defines the voltage for the path used for data exchange between the devices.
- Every Cisco router or a switch has a console port (also known as the management port) on its back side. A special type of cable, known as roll over cable is used to connect the Serial/COM port of the computer to the router or switch console port.
A USB adapter is a type of protocol converter which is used for converting USB data signals to and from other communications standards. Commonly, USB adaptors are used to convert USB data to standard serial port data and vice versa.
- RTL Coding. RTL is an acronym for register transfer level. This implies that your VHDL code describes how data is transformed as it is passed from register to register. The transforming of the data is performed by the combinational logic that exists between the registers.
- register-transfer level
- A Verilog::Netlist is composed of files, which contain the text read from each file. A file may contain modules, which are individual blocks that can be instantiated (designs, in Synopsys terminology.) Modules have ports, which are the interconnection between nets in that module and the outside world.
Updated: 1st October 2018