I am using an android app which is taking a string and converting it to its ascii values and sending it to bluetooth module hc-05. Now i need to send this data to an UART receiver in an fpga. In what format is ascii data from the bluetooth module to the fpga? When the string has just one character it is working perfectly. Suppose if there is a character 'a' then the data received by UART is start bit followed by binary equivalent of a and then stop bit. When the string is having two characters. I want to know if there will be two separate start bits and stop bits for each character or just one start bit then the data bits (containing ascii equivalent for both the characters) and then one stop bit.
For example , if 'a' then data sent is 011000011(MSB 0 is start bit and LSB 1 is stop bit). if 'ab' then is the data sent is 0110000111000101(msb 0 is start bit and lsb1 is stop bit) or is it 011000011 011000101(like separate for both the characters)