Ernest Snaith

CAN and PLL - MC9S12XDT512

Discussion created by Ernest Snaith on Mar 3, 2008
Latest reply on Mar 4, 2008 by Ernest Snaith
I have set up a program on a PC to send a CAN message to the microcontroller, an interrupt is raised on recieve and various messages are sent back on CAN bus to the PC.
 
Until today everything has been working fine. However after bumping up the bus freq using the PLL, the recieve interupt is not raised. However the micro will still transmit messages to the PC succefully if this the recieve part is bypassed.Why is the recieve interupt not getting raised?
 
I have not selected the bus clock as CANCLK source and am still able to communicate in one direction. (micro to PC) but not the other way. I have tried various combinations of Time sequences and sync jump widths and still had no luck.
 
Has anyone any suggestions? Cheers
 
CW4.6 MC9S12XDT512
 
Relevant Code:
//***************************************************************************************interrupt 38 void CANRECEIVE(){  temp++;      if (CAN0RFLG_RXF)         //check if register is full. did get thru filter  {    if (CAN0RXIDR0 == 0x06 && CAN0RXIDR1 == 0x40) // Correct ID?    {      data1 = CAN0RXDSR0;   //take data from packet      CAN0RFLG_RXF = 1;     //Release buffer (a one sets a flag to zero)      MapSend();    }  }    }  //***************************************************************************************void CAN_INIT(void) {  CAN0CTL0 = 0x01;    //initialisation mode  while (! (CAN0CTL1&0x01)) {}; //waits for initialisation mode  CAN0CTL1 = 0x80;      // enable CAN  CAN0BTR1 = 0x3A;   //3A  CAN0BTR0 = 0x01;   //03     //Setting up filter   CAN0IDAC = 0x10;    // Set four 16-bit Filters  CAN0IDAR0 = 0xC0;   CAN0IDMR0 = 0xFF;    //ignore 3rd MSB   CAN0IDAR1 = 0x00;  CAN0IDMR1 = 0xFF;    //only check first 3 )  CAN0CTL0 = 0x00;    // Exit Initialization Mode    while ((CAN0CTL1&0x00) != 0) {}  // Wait for Normal Mode     CAN0RIER = 0xBD;  //enable all interrupt requests  CAN0TARQ = 0; //disable abort request register  CAN0TIER = 0;  //transmit buffer empty interrupts disabled  CAN0TXDLR = 8;}//***************************************************************************************void CanSend(void)   {    CAN0TBSEL = CAN0TFLG;  // Select lowest empty buffer     CAN0RFLG = 0x40;   // wake up    //writing to packet    CAN0TXIDR0 = TXID0;        .............          CAN0TXDSR7 = TXData[7];          CAN0TXDLR = TXLength;    while (!CAN0CTL0_SYNCH){}  //wait until node is synchronised with bus    CAN0TFLG = CAN0TBSEL;       //Start transmission (writing 1 clears the flag)    while (CAN0TFLG != 0x07){} //wait until message is sent  }//***************************************************************************************void main(void) {     int j;  EnableInterrupts;    // PLL SETUP  SYNR=19;                  // clock multiply (+1)  REFDV=1;                  // clock divide   (+1)  while (!(CRGFLG_LOCK));   // sync  CLKSEL_PLLSEL=1;     CAN_INIT(); // CAN initialisation  MapSend();      for (;;)   {  }}

 

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