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GeneralRe: Setting Parity Bit (serial port) not working. Q for the driver guru's. Pin
Andrew Pearson21-Feb-12 13:04
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Jochen Arndt21-Feb-12 21:46
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You are right. The event is signaled when the last data byte has been copied from the TX buffer (transmitter holding register) to the transmit line register. What you need is the transmitter holding register and transmitter line register empty status. This is indicated by bit 6 of the line status register. Unfortunately, this event is not supported by the Windows SDK.

If you can live with a wait function, you may use the EV_TXEMPTY event and wait until the data byte has been trasnmitted (start + parity + data + stop) / baud. Because transmission is done by the UART hardware, the time is constant .
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