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16550

(hardware)
A version of the 16450 UART with a 16-byte FIFO. Superseded by the 16550A.

This chip might not operate correctly with all software.

The 16C550 is a CMOS version.
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Socket's PCMCIA products include the Socket EA Ethernet Adapter, the Serial I/O serial port with a high-speed 16550 UART, the Mobile GPS Global Positioning System developed in partnership with Trimble Navigation, and the TRIO fax/modem/Ethernet card developed in partnership with AT&T Microelectronics.
The Serial I/O, which uses the buffered 16550 UART, is currently the industry's only PCMCIA serial adapter.
The RocketPort chip includes a dedicated 44MHz core, which minimizes host CPU utilization and optimizes data transmission via larger transmit and receive buffers than those of 16550 UART chips, which are commonly used in standard PC serial ports and low-end serial cards.
Additionally, the 16C950 UART supports 9-bit framing and is fully software compatible with legacy 16550 UART applications.
The first RapidChip Partner IP cores include an 80515-compatible processor, JPEG encoder, decoder, and codec cores, and a frequently-used synchronous 16550 UART.
Serial ports found on most PCs today utilize the 16550 UART technology that has a 16 byte buffer.
It provides a direct interface between the transceiver and a standard 16550 UART (universal asynchronous receiver-transmitter) or microcontroller.
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The ProClass 288HC and PM288HCII are based on a 16550 UART, providing a 16-character buffer to enhance background and multitasking performance.
8P which has an embedded 16550 UART, can also act as a serial device, enabling users to obtain the highest data throughput rates possible in DOS, OS/2 and Macintosh applications.
16550 UART serial interface allows for connection to any standard COM port.
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