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WP34S (SENDL) Is it Practical/Possibe
02-08-2015, 07:17 PM
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RE: WP34S (SENDL) Is it Practical/Possibe
I know this is a problem. The present implementation of the communication protocol can only send/receive a single block of data, together with its CRC to insure the integrity of the transmitted data. The block size is limited by the size of volatile RAM which is only 4 KB. I'm using about the half of it as the communication buffer in case of a full transmission of the non volatile user RAM (SENDA). The destination memory area is only updated when the block check is ok.

Until now there is no provision of sending data in chunks which need to be assembled on the receiver side. SENDL would require a major overhaul. As a workaround, You should be able to send a single program directly from flash to the emulator (or vice versa) by selecting it from the catalog and issuing SENDP. The receiver will add it to RAM from where it can be stored in the library. I know its tedious but doable.

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