8N1

8N1

(jargon)
Common shorthand for "eight data bits, no parity, one stop bit", the most common configuration for serial lines, e.g. EIA-232.
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Sorting out the relation between this 'Remonstrance' and Ane declaratioun, by Colville, is not made easier by the latter's reference, in a letter dated 15 September, to the 'remonstrance and declaration' of the nobles that he had transmitted for Queen Elizabeth's information; see Colville, Original Letters, 8-9 and 8n1.
Retrieved from http://www.uv.es/RELIEVE/v8n1/RELIEVEv 8n1 0.htm.
By the method described above, we can determine that 8N1 [congruent to] D4, 8N2 [congruent to] Q8, and 8N3 [congruent to] Z8.
Set your communications package for full-duplex (not half-duplex or what is also called local echo), with the communication parameters set to what is known as 8n1. That is 8 data hits, no parity, and 1 stop bit.