Byte-oriented protocol

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Byte-oriented framing protocol is "a communications protocol in which full bytes are used as control codes. Also known as character-oriented protocol."[1] For example UART communication is byte oriented.

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  1. ^ The Free Dictionary. "byte-oriented protocol". McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Term. Retrieved September 4, 2012.