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When using UART (scb mode), the most use case is that one would use the built-in pull-up on the TX-line (not adding an external pull-resistor).
- What is the pin/drive type for the UART TX pin?
- Can this be changed?
- Use case is to connect two UART's in parallel (software knows when it's ok to send).
Would it be safe to just tie them together or should I wire the TX coming from "CPU 2" to an input of "CPU 1" to achieve a buffer, and also the option of adding a simple logic block that checks if uart_tx on "CPU 1" is driving, thus disabling incoming TX, not passing it through.