Console or device connected to the serial port.
Baud rate divisor latches (MSB|LSB).
FIFO Control Register.
Interrupt Enable Register.
Interrupt Identification Register.
If set to non-zero, then the OUT2 pin is used to mask the output interrupt pin, meaning that no interrupt will be raised unless OUT2 is high.
Interrupt pin status.
Device that interrupts are sent to.
Line Control Register (Data Format Register).
Serial link that this device is connected to.
Line Status Register (Serialization Status Register).
Modem Control Register.
Modem Status Register.
Debug level for receive overrun messages.
Receiver Buffer Register.
Receiver buffer register not read by CPU.
Contents of the 16 byte deep receive FIFO.
Recorder device for playback of serial traffic.
If this attribute is non-zero (default), no receiver overruns will occur (except for loopback operation). Bytes will be read from the console at the same pace as they are consumed by the target operating system. This means that received bytes must be buffered by the console.
Transmitter Hold Register.
Set if the device is waiting to transmit a character, but the destination is blocking.
Set if the character blocking is in the fifo.
Contents of the 16 byte deep transmit FIFO.
Time between character transmits, in ns. Default is 100000.
|info||print information about the device|
|status||print status of the device|