The "BaudRateError" gives the percentage error in the baud rate. Properties like "TransmissionSpeedMode" are microcontroller specific. All the properties, except for "BaudRateError" can be set in the "Serial" option.
Specific property values can also be extracted.
The baud rate value.
Virtual COM Port
On some microcontrollers the serial functionality can be set up over USB. In these cases, the RX and TX pins are not used but rather the USB pins D- and D+.
The communication happens over a virtual port and the parameters are set using "SerialOverUSB" . Other than that, the workflow is similar to the regular case.
Set the start byte to .
Retrieve the value of the start byte.
While on some boards such as the Arduino Micro the serial functionality is implemented in software, other boards such as the Arduino Uno have a USB-to-serial converter. Both kinds of boards can communicate with a personal computer through the USB port using the serial interface. Through this serial interface the Wolfram Device Framework can communicate with these boards.
First, the microcontroller needs to be set up to send or receive data.
Set up the microcontroller to send and receive numerical data.
The microcontroller is now a serial device. Open a serial connection to it using the device framework.
Open a connection.
Start a task to send and receive data.
Plot the data.
Stop the task and close the connection to the device.