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It could be many of the previous answers, But it could also be intentionally because of the need of saving space. Having to get a non trivial program to fit into a predefined space is no simple task. This is in general one of the curses of embedded programming, the many things you take for granted now.


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I played around a bit with it, and it seems the solution is to basically emulate the full UART behaviour, in particular in regards to detecting start bits. Instead of framing statically by 10 bits, we need to walk the bits until we find a high -> low transition (the start bit), and then we take the next 9 bits as the 8 data bits (lsb first) and a high ...


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