vinayak joshi

PIT channels s12xDP512

Discussion created by vinayak joshi on Nov 26, 2007
Latest reply on Nov 26, 2007 by kef
hi,
 
 i made two seperate interrupt time out routine of PIT timer (channel 0 , and 1), and i want one of time out routin in xgate and second one in normal main file..
                                             but both not working at a time ?? i cant understand what happen actually??
i clear the interrupt flags properly.
 
my code like this
in main prgrm:
#define ROUTE_INTERRUPT(vec_adr, cfdata)                \
  INT_CFADDR= (vec_adr) & 0xF0;                         \
  INT_CFDATA_ARR[((vec_adr) & 0x0F) >> 1]= (cfdata)
#define SOFTWARETRIGGER0_VEC  0x72 /* vector address= 2 * channel id */
#define PIT0_VEC 0x7A
 
static void SetupXGATE(void)
{
 //initialize the XGATE vector block and
 //    set the XGVBR register to its start address 
  
      
   ROUTE_INTERRUPT(PIT0_VEC, 0x81); /* RQST=1 and PRIO=1 */
   
  XGVBR= (unsigned int)(void*__far)(XGATE_VectorTable - XGATE_VECTOR_OFFSET);
  /* switch software trigger 0 interrupt to XGATE */
 // ROUTE_INTERRUPT(SOFTWARETRIGGER0_VEC, 0x81); /* RQST=1 and PRIO=1 */
  /* enable XGATE mode and interrupts */
  XGMCTL= 0xFBC1; /* XGE | XGFRZ | XGIE */
  /* force execution of software trigger 0 handler */
 // XGSWT= 0x0101;
}
 
main()
{
  SetupXGATE();
    PITCNT0=0;
    PITCE_PCE0 |=1; // channnel 0 selected                                 
    PITINTE_PINTE0 |=1;// Interrupt of PIT channel0 is enabled                                
    PITLD0 =0xEA60;   //3 msec       at 65535--3.275 msec                        

    
    PITCNT2=0;
    PITCE_PCE2 |=1; // channnel 2 selected                                 
    PITINTE_PINTE2 |=1;// Interrupt of PIT channel2 is enabled                                
    PITLD2 =64;   //2400 nsec       at 65535--3.275 msec                       
    PITCFLMT = 0x00;//pit off 
    PITCFLMT = 0x80;//pit on
     for{;;}
}
 
#pragma CODE_SEG __NEAR_SEG NON_BANKED
interrupt  68  void PIT2_ovr(void)
 {
 
      EnableInterrupts;
      PORTB_PB3=~PORTB_PB3; // toggle pin at 3.2 usec
         PITTF_PTF2 &=1;
 }
#pragma CODE_SEG DEFAULT 
in xgate:
void interrupt PIT0Handler(void)
{
     EnableInterrupts;
     
    
     PORTB_PB1=~PORTB_PB1;  // toggle anather LED at rate 3 msec
     PITTF_PTF0 &=1;
}
 
#pragma CONST_SEG XGATE_VECTORS  /* assign the vector table in separate segment for dedicated placement in linker parameter file */
const XGATE_TableEntry XGATE_VectorTable[] = {
                         // Channel # = Vector address / 2
  /* channel 0..8 are not used, first used must match macro XGATE_VECTOR_OFFSET in xgate.h */
  {ErrorHandler, 0x09},  // Channel 09 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x0A},  // Channel 0A - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x0B},  // Channel 0B - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x0C},  // Channel 0C - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x0D},  // Channel 0D - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x0E},  // Channel 0E - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x0F},  // Channel 0F - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x10},  // Channel 10 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x11},  // Channel 11 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x12},  // Channel 12 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x13},  // Channel 13 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x14},  // Channel 14 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x15},  // Channel 15 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x16},  // Channel 16 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x17},  // Channel 17 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x18},  // Channel 18 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x19},  // Channel 19 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x1A},  // Channel 1A - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x1B},  // Channel 1B - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x1C},  // Channel 1C - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x1D},  // Channel 1D - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x1E},  // Channel 1E - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x1F},  // Channel 1F - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x20},  // Channel 20 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x21},  // Channel 21 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x22},  // Channel 22 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x23},  // Channel 23 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x24},  // Channel 24 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x25},  // Channel 25 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x26},  // Channel 26 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x27},  // Channel 27 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x28},  // Channel 28 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x29},  // Channel 29 - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x2A},  // Channel 2A - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x2B},  // Channel 2B - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x2C},  // Channel 2C - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x2D},  // Channel 2D - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x2E},  // Channel 2E - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x2F},  // Channel 2F - Reserved
  {ErrorHandler, 0x30},  // Channel 30 - XSRAM20K Access Violation
  {ErrorHandler, 0x31},  // Channel 31 - XGATE Software Error Interrupt    
  {ErrorHandler, 0x32},  // Channel 32 - XGATE Software Trigger 7          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x33},  // Channel 33 - XGATE Software Trigger 6          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x34},  // Channel 34 - XGATE Software Trigger 5          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x35},  // Channel 35 - XGATE Software Trigger 4          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x36},  // Channel 36 - XGATE Software Trigger 3          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x37},  // Channel 37 - XGATE Software Trigger 2          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x38},  // Channel 38 - XGATE Software Trigger 1          
  {(XGATE_Function)SoftwareTrigger0_Handler, (int)&MyData},  // Channel 39 - XGATE Software Trigger 0      
  {ErrorHandler, 0x3A},  // Channel 3A - Periodic Interrupt Timer          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x3B},  // Channel 3B - Periodic Interrupt Timer          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x3C},  // Channel 3C - Periodic Interrupt Timer          
  {(XGATE_Function)PIT0Handler, 0x3D},  // Channel 3D - Periodic Interrupt Timer          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x3E},  // Channel 3E - Reserved                          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x3F},  // Channel 3F - Autonomous Periodical interrupt API
  {ErrorHandler, 0x40},  // Channel 40 - Low Voltage interrupt LVI
  {ErrorHandler, 0x41},  // Channel 41 - IIC1 Bus                
  {ErrorHandler, 0x42},  // Channel 42 - SCI5                    
  {ErrorHandler, 0x43},  // Channel 43 - SCI4                    
  {ErrorHandler, 0x44},  // Channel 44 - SCI3                    
  {ErrorHandler, 0x45},  // Channel 45 - SCI2                    
  {ErrorHandler, 0x46},  // Channel 46 - PWM Emergency Shutdown  
  {ErrorHandler, 0x47},  // Channel 47   Port P Interrupt
   {ErrorHandler, 0x48},  // Channel 48 - CAN4 transmit           
  {ErrorHandler, 0x49},  // Channel 49 - CAN4 receive            
  {ErrorHandler, 0x4A},  // Channel 4A - CAN4 errors             
  {ErrorHandler, 0x4B},  // Channel 4B - CAN4 wake-up            
  {ErrorHandler, 0x4C},  // Channel 4C - CAN3 transmit           
  {ErrorHandler, 0x4D},  // Channel 4D - CAN3 receive            
  {ErrorHandler, 0x4E},  // Channel 4E - CAN3 errors             
  {ErrorHandler, 0x4F},  // Channel 4F - CAN3 wake-up            
  {ErrorHandler, 0x50},  // Channel 50 - CAN2 transmit
  {ErrorHandler, 0x51},  // Channel 51 - CAN2 receive
  {ErrorHandler, 0x52},  // Channel 52 - CAN2 errors 
  {ErrorHandler, 0x53},  // Channel 53 - CAN2 wake-up
  {ErrorHandler, 0x54},  // Channel 54 - CAN1 transmit
  {ErrorHandler, 0x55},  // Channel 55 - CAN1 receive
  {ErrorHandler, 0x56},  // Channel 56 - CAN1 errors 
  {ErrorHandler, 0x57},  // Channel 57 - CAN1 wake-up
  {ErrorHandler, 0x58},  // Channel 58 - CAN0 transmit
  {ErrorHandler, 0x59},  // Channel 59 - CAN0 receive
  {ErrorHandler, 0x5A},  // Channel 5A - CAN0 errors 
  {ErrorHandler, 0x5B},  // Channel 5B - CAN0 wake-up
  {ErrorHandler, 0x5C},  // Channel 5C - FLASH
  {ErrorHandler, 0x5D},  // Channel 5D - EEPROM
  {ErrorHandler, 0x5E},  // Channel 5E - SPI2 
  {ErrorHandler, 0x5F},  // Channel 5F - SPI1
  {ErrorHandler, 0x60},  // Channel 60 - IIC0 Bus                        
  {ErrorHandler, 0x61},  // Channel 61 - Reserved                        
  {ErrorHandler, 0x62},  // Channel 62 - CRG Self Clock Mode             
  {ErrorHandler, 0x63},  // Channel 63 - CRG PLL lock                    
  {ErrorHandler, 0x64},  // Channel 64 - Pulse Accumulator B Overflow    
  {ErrorHandler, 0x65},  // Channel 65 - Modulus Down Counter underflow  
  {ErrorHandler, 0x66},  // Channel 66 - Port H                          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x67},  // Channel 67 - Port J                          
  {ErrorHandler, 0x68},  // Channel 68 - ATD1                            
  {ErrorHandler, 0x69},  // Channel 69 - ATD0                            
  {ErrorHandler, 0x6A},  // Channel 6A - SCI1                            
  {ErrorHandler, 0x6B},  // Channel 6B - SCI0                            
  {ErrorHandler, 0x6C},  // Channel 6C - SPI0                            
  {ErrorHandler, 0x6D},  // Channel 6D - Pulse accumulator input edge    
  {ErrorHandler, 0x6E},  // Channel 6E - Pulse accumulator A overflow    
  {ErrorHandler, 0x6F},  // Channel 6F - Enhanced Capture Timer overflow 
  {ErrorHandler, 0x70},  // Channel 70 - Enhanced Capture Timer channel 7                                
  {ErrorHandler, 0x71},  // Channel 71 - Enhanced Capture Timer channel 6
  {ErrorHandler, 0x72},  // Channel 72 - Enhanced Capture Timer channel 5
  {ErrorHandler, 0x73},  // Channel 73 - Enhanced Capture Timer channel 4
  {ErrorHandler, 0x74},  // Channel 74 - Enhanced Capture Timer channel 3
  {ErrorHandler, 0x75},  // Channel 75 - Enhanced Capture Timer channel 2
  {ErrorHandler, 0x76},  // Channel 76 - Enhanced Capture Timer channel 1
  {ErrorHandler, 0x77},  // Channel 77 - Enhanced Capture Timer channel 0
  {ErrorHandler, 0x78},  // Channel 78 - Real Time Interrupt
  {ErrorHandler, 0x79},  // Channel 79 - IRQ
};
i am running a PLL at rate of 20 MHz. pla tell where am i rong;
plz help me in this reguard.                       
i am using s12xdp512 and codewarrier 4.5 version
 
 
vinay
 
Added p/n to subject.


Message Edited by NLFSJ on 2007-11-26 06:13 AM

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