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Old June 11th, 2009   #1
wcai_cypress
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Smile What is the basic requirement to implement RDM?

Dear all,

I am a newer with RDM.

Currently, I need to implement a solution for RDM responder. I have read the RDM standard, but still not clear about What is the basic requirement to implement RDM? I plan to use MCU to implement RDM responder. I just wonder how to select MCU, what features are required to implement RDM responder? Is that enough to have only one UART in the MCU?

If use UART to implement RDM responder, how to detect the break header during receiving and how to generate break header during transmitting?

Sorry for the stupid question, but I need the answer definitely.

Vincent.
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