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The Zilog Z16C01 SCC was introduced in the early 1980s and provided the ability to do both standard UART style serial communications along with the HDLC protocol for a reasonable price. It was a descendant of the earlier Zilog SIO, and its main enhancement was the inclusion of a built-in baud rate generator.
It was part of the Zilog Z8000 chip set.
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