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PeteS
Contributor I

Hey guys,


I am trying to get the A to D interrupts working with a simple program but am having some issues. I am using a mc9s12dg128b uP with Codewarriors Serial Monitor on a demoboard with a 8MHz clock. I have scaled my code down to its bear bones in an attempt to make the interrupts work. 

 

My code is as follows:

 


 #include <hidef.h>      /* common defines and macros */
#include <mc9s12dg128.h>     /* derivative information */
#pragma LINK_INFO DERIVATIVE "mc9s12dg128b"



void AD0_Config()
  {
    ATD0CTL2 = 0xc2;
    ATD0CTL3 = 0x42;
    ATD0CTL4 = 0x21;
     PORTA_BIT1 = 0x01;
  }
 
 
  void AD1_Config()
  {
    ATD0CTL2 = 0xc2;
    ATD0CTL3 = 0x42;
    ATD0CTL4 = 0x21;
     PORTA_BIT2 = 0x01;
  }



#pragma push
#pragma CODE_SEG __NEAR_SEG NON_BANKED

__interrupt void _AD0Conversion(void){

extern int one;
extern int two;      
extern int three;
extern int four;
extern int five;
extern int six;
extern int seven;
extern int eight;


 one =ATD0DR0;           
 two = ATD0DR1;   
 three = ATD0DR2;   
 four = ATD0DR3;   
 five = ATD0DR4;                       
 six = ATD0DR5;
 seven = ATD0DR6;   
 eight = ATD0DR7;
  PORTA_BIT3 = 0x01;

}

#pragma pop

#pragma push
#pragma CODE_SEG __NEAR_SEG NON_BANKED

__interrupt void _AD1Conversion(void){

extern int one1;
extern int two1;      
extern int three1;
extern int four1;
extern int five1;
extern int six1;
extern int seven1;
extern int eight1;


 one1 =ATD1DR0;           
 two1 = ATD1DR1;   
 three1 = ATD1DR2;   
 four1 = ATD1DR3;   
 five1 = ATD1DR4;                       
 six1 = ATD1DR5;
 seven1 = ATD1DR6;   
 eight1 = ATD1DR7;
  PORTA_BIT4 = 0x01;

}

#pragma pop




void main(void) {
 DDRA = 0xFF;
 PORTA_BIT0 = 0x01;

AD0_Config();
AD1_Config();


EnableInterrupts;

  for(;;) {} /* wait forever */
  /* please make sure that you never leave this function */
}




//extern void near _Startup(void);       /* Startup routine */                                


#pragma push
#pragma CODE_SEG __NEAR_SEG NON_BANKED /* Interrupt section for this module. Placement will be in NON_BANKED area. */
__interrupt void _AD0Conversion(void);
__interrupt void _AD1Conversion(void);
__interrupt void UnimplementedISR(void)
{
   /* Unimplemented ISRs trap.*/
}
#pragma pop

typedef void (*near tIsrFunc)(void);
const tIsrFunc _vect[] @0xFF80 = {     /* Interrupt table */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x40 */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x3F */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x3E */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector  0x3D */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x3C */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x3B */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x3A */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x39 */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x38 */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x37 */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x36 (PWM Emergency Shutdown) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x35 (Port P Interrupt) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x34 (CAN4 Transmit) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x33 (CAN4 Receive)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x32 (CAN4 Errors)   */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x31 (CAN4 Wake-Up)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x30 (Reserved) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x2F (BF General)         */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x2E (BF Synchronization) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x2D (BF Receive)         */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x2C (BF Receive FIFO Not Empty) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x2B (CAN1 Transmit) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x2A (CAN1 Receive)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x29 (CAN1 Errors)   */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x28 (CAN1 Wake-Up)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x27 (CAN0 Transmit) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x26 (CAN0 Receive)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x25 (CAN0 Errors)   */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x24 (CAN0 Wake-Up)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x23 (FLASH) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x22 (EEPROM) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x21 (Reserved) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x20 (SPI1) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x1F (IIC Bus) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x1D (BDLC) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x1C (CRG PLL Lock) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x1B (Pulse Accumulator B Overflow) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x1A (Modulus Down Counter Underflow) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x19 (PORT H) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x18 (PORT J) */
        _AD1Conversion,        /* vector 0x17 (ATD1) */
        _AD0Conversion,        /* vector 0x16 (ATD0) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x15 (SCI1) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x14 (SCI0) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x13 (SPI0) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x12 (Pulse Accumulator Input Edge)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x11 (Pulse Accumulator A Overflow)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x10 (TOF, timer overflow interrupt) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x0F (C7I, timer interrupt channel 7)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x0E (C6I, timer interrupt channel 6)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x0D (C5I, timer interrupt channel 5)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x0C (C4I, timer interrupt channel 4)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x0B (C3I, timer interrupt channel 3)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x0A (C2I, timer interrupt channel 2)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x09 (C1I, timer interrupt channel 1)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x08 (C0I, timer interrupt channel 0)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x07 (RTIE - Real-Time Interrupt) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x06 (IRQ)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x05 (XIRQ - External Interrupt) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x04 (SWI - Software Interrupt)  */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x03 (Unimplemented Opcode Trap) */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x02 (COP Watchdog Reset)        */
        UnimplementedISR,                 /* vector 0x01 (Clock Monitor Reset)       */
        //_Startup                          /* vector 0x00 (Power-On/Staru-Up RESET)   */
   };



  

Have any ideas? I am quite certain that the interrupts are not executing because I have set LEDs to illuminate within the A to D ISRs. These LEDs are never illuminated during debugging nor do any of my A to D variable show any value other than 0. When I configure the A to D registers to be non interrupt based I have no issues.Any thoughts as to why my interrupts are not working? Are these type of interrupts supported in Serial Monitor? Any help or hints would be great. I have been fighting this for the last few days.

 

Thanks,

Pete

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Lundin
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Another thing that may cause problems: DG128B contains a whole lot of silicon bugs in the ADT. The whole "B" silicon mask is incredibly buggy. There are at least 4 errata regarding flags that can't be cleared during certain conditions. I'd recommend to read the erratas for the silicon mask you are using.
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kef
Specialist I

I never used serial monitor, but regular vector table at top 16bit address space (@FF80) is something suspicious. How does serial monitor work? Shouldn't it user some vectors for its own tasks? I downloaded AN2548 (first search result I found) and it states that:

 

 Access to the user vectors is accomplished via a jump table located within the monitor memory space. This jump table points all interrupt sources to a duplicate vector table located just below the monitor ($F780–$F7FE).

 

What you have in your code (vector table @ FF80) is not a jump table.

Did you check AN2548 software files? Isn't there any serial monitor application example?

 

Please decifier your magic constants like ATD0CTL4 = 0x21;. At least write a comment what you are doing there or what you expect this to do.

BTW, isn't write to ATD0CTL5 required to start new conversion? Also don't forgot to service interrupt flag in ISR routines.

 

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CompilerGuru
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

AFAIK is the serial monitor itself remapping the vector table.

 

So when downloading the table to 0xFF80 it flashes it at 0xF780 instead, this allows to use the same app with the monitor as standalone.

 

Daniel

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kef
Specialist I

CompilerGuru,

 

Thanks, you are right, vectors S records are remapped on the fly. Nice solution indeed!

 

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