You write the code in PBP and it makes the assembly code.
Maxim has an application note for searching serial numbers of unknown devices. Please see the attached pdf file. It includes the algo and C code (sorry no PBP code yet).
Hope this helps,
OK ART ,
please see attached - code 2 is portE.4 working - see hex
code 3 port F.0 not working - see hex
That's not quite what I meant.
I mean only the code required to test the two pins, very minimal.
It can be seen from the hex disassembly if the bank switching is happening or not.
It only makes...
I've never used USB (tried once, couldn't get it to work) but here's my interpretation of the figure in the previous post.
If you connect a 4MHz x-tal to the PIC you need to set the...
ok , the results of adding the nops , did not have an effect on the working ( port E) or the not working port ( port F)
values writen to eeprom were only for port e , all pins on port E have a...
i dont want to do reverse.
i looking for how to write new software with pbp as the assembly.
i dont undestand assembly that is my problem.
i offer that job to who know assembly.
Whatever your minimal config and setup for PULSIN on two ports here,
and make a pin that DOES work and a pin that DOES NOT work an input
if PBP requires it for PULSIN.
@Barry... building this just for hobby fun. And always enjoy using something I build myself. Probably just build a few for myself. Possibly thinking of using it as I teach electronics to Boy Scouts...
Much of my serial coms is done via 56K baud which I think requires a 16bit baud rate generator of the PIC's EUSART baud rate generator to access accurately. To access that functionality of the EUSART...