Difference between synchonous and asynchronous mode in Renesas microcontroller

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Difference b/w synchronous & Asynchronous mode in Renesas microcontroller
ASKED: February 6, 2010  9:22 AM
UPDATED: February 8, 2010  7:00 PM

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  • XENOPHON22
    I do not know much about Renesas Microcontrollers. By definition I would say that an Asynchronous microcontroller does not require and external clock whereas a synchronous one would. Given that microcontrollers generally have a specific function, I imagine that the difference lies in what system it will be working with. Good luck.
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  • mprocessors67890
    The most important thing for the difference is that the assyn. communication data rate is predetermined and making transmitter and reciever nodes more complex  
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