MM9Z1_638 Microcontroller GPIOB Input Set Problem

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MM9Z1_638 Microcontroller GPIOB Input Set Problem

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mfatihkoseoglu
Contributor I

Hello All, 

I'am programming MM9Z1_638 microcontroller. I set output and input PORTA, but i don't set input GPIOB.

I wrote this function: 

void GPIOB_Init(void)
{
B_GPIO_CTL = (B_GPIO_CTL_PE1M_MASK |0);
B_GPIO_CTL = (B_GPIO_CTL_PE2M_MASK |0);
B_GPIO_CTL = (B_GPIO_CTL_PE3M_MASK |0);
B_GPIO_CTL = (B_GPIO_CTL_PE4M_MASK |0);

B_GPIO_CTL = (B_GPIO_CTL_PE1M_MASK |0);

B_GPIO_CTL = (B_GPIO_CTL_DIR2M_MASK|0);
B_GPIO_CTL = (B_GPIO_CTL_PE2M_MASK |B_GPIO_CTL_PE2_MASK);
B_GPIO_CTL = (B_GPIO_CTL_DIR3M_MASK|0);
B_GPIO_CTL = (B_GPIO_CTL_PE3M_MASK |B_GPIO_CTL_PE3_MASK);
}

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and i wath B_GPIO register and B_GPIO_CTL register is 0x0000. 

 

Why cant i set port and how can i use this port? 

 

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StanoA
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hello Muhammed,

No problem, just note the B_GPIO_CTL register has different bit’s meaning from the commonly used standards.

The *_MASK bits block (“0”) or allow (“1”) to write value into data bit. So if you want to have all port’s bits accessible you need use:

void GPIOB_Init(void)
{
B_GPIO_CTLH = (B_GPIO_CTLH_PE1M_MASK |   // enable write to PE1;

B_GPIO_CTLH_PE2M_MASK |   // enable write to PE2;

B_GPIO_CTLH_PE3M_MASK |   // enable write to PE3;

B_GPIO_CTLH_PE4M_MASK |   // enable write to PE4;

B_GPIO_CTLH_DIR1M_MASK |   // enable write to DIR1;

B_GPIO_CTLH_DIR2M_MASK |   // enable write to DIR2;

B_GPIO_CTLH_DIR3M_MASK);   // enable write to DIR3;

// and then write values to low byte of B_GPIO_CTLL register;

B_GPIO_CTLL = (B_GPIO_CTLL_PE1_MASK |   // PE1 enabled;

B_GPIO_CTLL_PE2_MASK |   // PE2 enabled;

B_GPIO_CTLL_PE3_MASK |   // PE3 enabled;

B_GPIO_CTLH_DIR1_MASK |   // PE1 as output;

B_GPIO_CTLH_DIR2_MASK |   // PE2 as output;

B_GPIO_CTLH_DIR3_MASK );    // PE3 as output;

}

Sorry I don’t have the board with MCU for test, but I hope my suggestion could help you.

Best Regards,

Stano.

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mfatihkoseoglu
Contributor I

Hello StanoA,

 

I tried the way you said but it is not work. 

My init function: 

Not: I want to use input GPIOB pins. 

void GPIOB_Init(void)
{
B_GPIO_CTLH = (B_GPIO_CTLH_PE1M_MASK | B_GPIO_CTLH_PE2M_MASK | B_GPIO_CTLH_PE3M_MASK | B_GPIO_CTLH_PE4M_MASK
| B_GPIO_CTLH_DIR1M_MASK | B_GPIO_CTLH_DIR2M_MASK | B_GPIO_CTLH_DIR2M_MASK);
B_GPIO_CTLL = (B_GPIO_CTLL_PE1_MASK | B_GPIO_CTLL_PE2_MASK | B_GPIO_CTLL_PE3_MASK | B_GPIO_CTLL_PE4_MASK);
}

After the work, B_GPIO_C register value is 0x0000. 

 

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My init function: 

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StanoA
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hello Muhammed,

Please reset the MCU in debug mode, set the breakpoint to line “for(;;) { …” and run the code. When it will stop on breakpoint read the variables:

value and value2.

This means select them in window:

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And check the values.

Best Regards,

Stano.

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mfatihkoseoglu
Contributor I

Hello StanoA,

I reset mcu in debug mode and set break point in for loop, i see the all values is 0.  

 

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StanoA
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hello Muhammed,

I asked our specialist for help. The result is:

The port bit must be written together with their mask bit = 1.

If the associated mask bit = 0, the write is not allowed.

The masked bits (e.g. GPIO...PE1M and GPIO...PE1) have to be written in a single access. In this case as 16bit write. Please see the attached gpio.h file also for this example:

//-------------------------------------------------

// enable PTB1 as output

B_GPIO_CTL = GPIO_CTL_PTB1_ENABLE | GPIO_CTL_PTB1_OUTPUT;
B_GPIO_OUT1 = OUT_PTBx;

// set PTB1
B_GPIO_OUT1 = OUT_PTBx;
// clear PTB1
B_GPIO_OUT1 = 0;

//----------------------------------------------------

Please see also this AN for this product:

https://www.nxp.com/docs/en/application-note/AN12301.pdf

I hope it could help you with your task.

Best Regards,

Stano.

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