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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 their 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. ​