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Failed to write SCI register

Question asked by jeffcharles on Jun 19, 2018
Latest reply on Jun 26, 2018 by jeffcharles

Hi, I'm configuring the register of SCI about MC9S12G128 now. For easy to call the function of SCI0, SCI1 and SCI2, I declare a SCIx_TypeDef type of structure whose member variables are mapped with registers.

/* SCIx register base address */
#define SCI0 ((SCIx_TypeDef*)(0x000000C8UL))
#define SCI1 ((SCIx_TypeDef*)(0x000000D0UL))
#define SCI2 ((SCIx_TypeDef*)(0x000000E8UL))

typedef struct
{
volatile SCIBDSTR _BD;
volatile SCIACR2STR _ACR2;
volatile SCICR2STR _CR2;
volatile SCISR1STR _SR1;
volatile SCISR2STR _SR2;
volatile SCIDRHSTR _DRH;
volatile SCIDRLSTR _DRL;
}SCIx_TypeDef;

New a header file named SCI.h that is in the attachment, redeclare registers map that can be shared by SCI0, SCI1 and SCI2.

Then I write three functions for the test and the debug result is shown in an attachment.

void SCI_IrDAconfig_1(SCIx_TypeDef* SCIx)
{
SCIx->BD_IREN = 1;

SCIx->BD_TNP0 = 1;
SCIx->BD_TNP1 = 1;
}
void SCI_IrDAconfig_2(SCIx_TypeDef* SCIx)
{
SCIx->BD_IREN = 1;

SCIx->BD_TNP = 0x3;
}
void SCI_IrDAconfig_3(SCIx_TypeDef* SCIx)
{
SCIx->BD = 0xe000;
}

It seems that write a word(16-bit) or 2-bit operation is successful but write 1-bit operation is failed.
Why is that? Please give me some support. Many thanks!

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