I'm using the newest version of stm32cubemx to config my hardware. I'm using a Waveshare STM32H743 dev board and it's completely healthy and uClinux works(I can easily communicate with it using that usart) on it.
so, as I stated, it's not a board or connection specific problem. I guess maybe it's a bug in cube that is configuring the registers in a wrong way. but when I read the registers, I couldn't understand how this is happening.
I tried to change parity, stop bits, baudrate and ... randomly on the receiver(that is my pc) but it wasn't helpful. I think there is a problem with the 7th bit. because 7th bit has the value of "128" and the ascii codes that I receive on my computer are wrong and it seems that 128 is added to them.
my program in while(1) loop:
char h="hello"; HAL_UART_Transmit(&huart2, h, 5, HAL_MAX_DELAY); HAL_Delay(500);