So we read twice 8 Byte. As soon as the actual configuration registers get empty due to a completed transmission the hardware transfers the content of the next registers to the actual configuration in the background. To make real streaming work it has to ignore the “half-completion” callbacks that ChibiOS generates – they just don’t work properly in a real streaming situation. We would like to modify the highlevel driver in the following way see attachment. An empty process queue is then defined and a function that switches tasks from this queue is installed as the timer 0 callback by writing it to timer 0 port, offset x Who is online Users browsing this forum: The example below illustrates how to configure and read the RTT.
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[En-Nut-Discussion] How to read from DEV_DEBUG (uart) on AT91SAM7x?
In at91san7x, The general ability in ChibiOS to be able to specify a string of buffers or queue of buffers to be processed would be very useful for many high speed devices across many device architectures. Unfortunately using this feature to chain operations is not easy, obvious or without pitfalls.
A function, read-adc, is defined to obtain values from a given adc channel and it is then applied to reading a value from channel 4. No registered users and 0 guests. To be fully compatible with the existing code the idea was to introduce a define, which tells the system that there are next registers or say better the possibility of queuing is available.
Re: Qeustion about PDC, UART, PIT and interrupt on at91sam7x
Note that, on the SAM7-H board, one should connect the 3. A workaround as been developed for uGFX v2.
Developing AT91SAM7 projects with Visual Studio
The example below runs fine with 64KB of RAM but is certainly slower than one may like or need for real-time control applications. I think you have several alternative options: Have a look at siwawi.
As soon as the actual configuration registers get empty due to a completed transmission the hardware transfers the content of at91sam7xx next registers to the actual configuration in the background.
The scheme functions write-char and write are then used to write command characters and write the external representations of scheme objects, respecitvely, to the LCD, via the uart1 port.
Armpit Scheme AT91SAM7 Examples
The PWM initialization uzrt is followed by the definition of a function, set-pwm, that sets the duty cycle of a PWM channel to a given value. The toggler uses the functions defined earlier in the GPIO example above which are therefore also needed for running this multitasking example. After that we want to receive the 8 Byte continuously.
We still think the problem is that the stacksize of the irq is too small. So we maybe read: This means we could avoid any loss of data. Armpit Scheme supports multitasking by allowing its user to uaart a process-queue switched by the MCU’s timer 0 or timer 1 interrupt callbacks. Who is online Users browsing this forum: From my point of view this would be a sound solution to our problem and supporting the full hardware possibilities of the SAM7. They are then used in functions that: The sample code below is a preview of how the I2C TWI subsystem is expected to be initialized in said future release.
The example below illustrates how to configure and read the RTT.
After we got the first 8 Byte we decide how many Bytes we need to read such that the startbyte of the next 8-Byte-Receive is in Byte 1 of the Rx buffer. Two utility functions are then defined: