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Do we have Multi protocol Transceiver (RS232, RS 485, RS 422) right now?
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In reply to Max Robertson:
Hi Max,What's the benefit if using multiple chip solution instead of one chip solution?
Can this referece design also support 422?uk.rs-online.com/.../
Could you let me know the pro and cons?
In reply to SHH:
can the design only use one DB-9?
Hi Max, Could you help provide TIDA-00540 PCB file?Thanks.
And this reference design can compare SP339 multi protocol device, we have any benefit? John
In reply to Kuo John:
I have attached the PCB files. The advantages of this multi-chip implementation are that it gives more flexibility in RS-232/RS-485 component selection (in case certain performance criteria like ESD robustness, high-voltage immunity, etc. are needed) and in PCB design (since the different devices can be placed to that routing is simple). Please let me know if you need anything else.
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