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learn:programmable-logic:tutorials:tera-term:using:windows [2018/08/09 22:24]
jon peyron
learn:programmable-logic:tutorials:tera-term:using:windows [2018/08/13 18:36] (current)
James Colvin
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 The Serial Connection uses a COM PORT to communicate through UART from the Terminal Emulator to the Digilent boards. ​ The Serial Connection uses a COM PORT to communicate through UART from the Terminal Emulator to the Digilent boards. ​
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-The Serial Port Setup page is used to configuring the **Port,​Speed,​Data,​Parity,​Stop bits,Flow control** and **Transmit delay** in the terminal Emulator to match the Digilent boards Serial setup. Typically the Data, Parity, Stop bits, Flow control and Transmit delay are left at default setting. +The Serial Port Setup page is used to configuring the **Port, Speed, Data, Parity, Stop bits, Flow control** and **Transmit delay** in the terminal Emulator to match the Digilent boards Serial setup. Typically the Data, Parity, Stop bits, Flow control and Transmit delay are left at their default setting. 
-  * **Port** refers to a serial port(COM Port). Serial ports are used to communicate to through UART to embedded systems. ​+  * **Port** refers to a serial port (COM Port). Serial ports are used to communicate to through UART to embedded systems. ​
                    
   * **Speed** refers to baud rate. **Baud** rate is the speed that data is being transmitted and is expressed as bits per second. ​   * **Speed** refers to baud rate. **Baud** rate is the speed that data is being transmitted and is expressed as bits per second. ​
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 **ALT+C**: Copy selected text into clipboard (not CTRL+C). **ALT+C**: Copy selected text into clipboard (not CTRL+C).
  
-**CTRL+TAB**:​ Switch between two TeraTerm ​windows.+**CTRL+TAB**:​ Switch between two Tera Term windows.
  
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