Definitions for "UART"
Universal Asynchronous Receive and Transmit. A type of data stream used on non-OBD-II diagnostic systems. UART toggles between 5 volts (positive) and 0 volts
Universal synchronous receiver–transmitter - Integrated circuit that converts computer data into asynchronous signals suitable for transmission via a telephone line, and vice versa. UARTs combine a transmitter (parallel-to-serial converter) and a receiver (serial-to-parallel converter) to provide a 'bridge' between the parallel signals used by the computer and the serial signals used by communications networks.
(n.) Universal Asynchronous Receive-Transmit; a standard protocol for device drivers.
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