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1 EUSART Serial Communication

2 UART Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter Receive: Convert serial to parallel (SIPO) Transmit: Convert parallel to serial (PISO) Asynchronous: No clock; bytes sent in chunks. – Start (0) and stop (1) signal for each byte

3 EUSART Enhanced Universal Synchronous / Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter Synchronous: Constant stream of data matched with clock signal. – More efficient, no start/stop framing required. Enhanced: Advanced features – Sleep mode/auto-wake – Calculate incoming baud rate – Error Detection Full-duplex asynchronous, Half-duplex synchronous 8 or 9 bit character length

4 Flip-Flop Flip-flops store a single bit of data. SR NOR latch: Simplest type of flip flop.

5 D Flip-Flop Similar function, but uses clock to feed Data signal to Q in time with clock cycle.

6 Receive Shift Register (RSR): Cascade of flip-flops Data written serially by shifting. Upon filling register, all bits read simultaneously on clock cycle.

7 Transmit Altered shift register (TSR) reverses process. All bits written to register simultaneously. Bits shift to next flip-flop on cycles. Last bit feeds output.

8 Registers TXSTA & RCSTA: Status registers. – Set modes. TSR & RSR: Shift registers. – Not directly accessible. TXREG & RCREG: Container for transmitted data. BAUDCTL: 8-bit Baud Rate Control Register. SPBRG & SPBRGH: 16-bit Baud Rate Generator.

9 TXSTA – Transmit Status Register CSRC - Clock Source Select bit - determines clock source. It is used only in synchronous mode. – 1 - Master mode. Clock is generated internally from Baud Rate Generator – 0 - Slave mode. Clock is generated from external source. +TX9 - 9-bit Transmit Enable bit – 1 - 9-bit data transmission via EUSART system – 0 - 8-bit data transmission via EUSART system. *TXEN - Transmit Enable bit – *1 - Transmission enabled – 0 - Transmission disabled. *SYNC - EUSART Mode Select bit – 1 - EUSART operates in synchronous mode – 0 - EUSART operates in asynchronous mode. SENDB - Send Break Character bit is only used in asynchronous mode and only in case it is required to observe LIN bus standard. – 1 - Sending Break character is enabled – 0 - Break character transmission is completed. *BRGH - High Baud Rate Select bit determines baud rate in asynchronous mode. It does not affect EUSART in synchronous mode. – 1 - EUSART operates at high speed – 0 - EUSART operates at low speed. TRMT - Transmit Shift Register Status bit – 1 - TSR register is empty – 0 - TSR register is full. TX9D - Ninth bit of Transmit Data can be used as address or parity bit.

10 RCSTA – Receive Status Register *SPEN - Serial Port Enable bit – *1 - Serial port enabled. RX/DT and TX/CK pins are automatically configured as input and output respectively – 0 - Serial port disabled. +RX9 - 9-bit Receive Enable bit – 1 - Receiving 9-bit data via EUSART system – 0 - Receiving 8-bit data via EUSART system. SREN - Single Receive Enable bit is used only in synchronous mode when the microcontroller operates as master. – 1 - Single receive enabled – 0 - Single receive disable. *CREN - Continuous Receive Enable bit acts differently depending on EUSART mode. – Asynchronous mode: *1 - Receiver enabled 0 - Receiver disabled. – Synchronous mode: *1 - Enables continuous receive until the CREN bit is cleared 0 - Disables continuous receive. +ADDEN - Address Detect Enable bit is only used in address detect mode. – 1 - Enables address detection on 9-bit data receive – 0 - Disables address detection. The ninth bit can be used as parity bit. ~FERR - Framing Error bit – 1 - On receive, Framing Error is detected – 0 - No framing error. ~OERR - Overrun Error bit. – 1 - On receive, Overrun Error is detected – 0 - No overrun error. RX9D - Ninth bit of Received Data can be used as address or parity bit.

11 BAUDCTL – Baud Rate Control Register *Bit 7: ABDOVF Flag bit indicates time of overflow; sets rate. – 1 - Auto-baud timer overflowed – 0 - Auto-baud timer did not overflow. Bit 6: RCIDL Idle/Sleep; only used in asynchronous mode. – 1 - Receiver is idle – 0 - START bit has been received and receiving is in progress. Bit 4: SCKP – Synchronous: indicate which Idle state is used for the data Clock (CK) 1 - Synchronization on rising edge of the clock 0 - Synchronization on falling edge of the clock. – Asynchronous: indicate transmit polarity. 1 - Transmit inverted data to the RC6/TX/CK pin 0 - Transmit non-inverted data to the same pin. *Bit 3: BRG16 Enable 16-bit – 1 – Enable 16-bit (disables BAUDCTL from setting rate). – 0 – Disable 16-bit mode. Bit 1: WUE Auto-wake/Interrupt – 1 - Receiver waits for a falling edge on the RC7/RX/DT pin to wake from sleep. – 0 - Receiver operates normally. Bit 0: ABDEN Reset Baud – auto-baud recalculation on next character (async only) – 1 - Auto-baud detect mode is enabled. Bit is automatically cleared on baud rate detect. – 0 - Auto-baud detect mode is disabled.

12 Transmitter Set Baud: BRGH (TXSTA) & BRG16 (BAUDCTL) TXEN = 1: Enable transmitter (TXSTA) SPEN = 1: Enable Serial Port (RCSTA) – TX/CK pin is output SYNC: Synchronous-1 or Asynchronous-0 (TXSTA) TXREG: Write data to be sent here. TSR: Data automatically transferred to TSR shift register from which it is serialized and output. TXREG is cleared and awaits new data to repeat transmission.

13 Receiver Set Baud: BRGH (TXSTA) & BRG16 (BAUDCTL) CREN = 1: Enable receiver (RCSTA) SPEN = 1: Enable Serial Port (RCSTA) – Input to RX/DT pin SYNC: Synchronous-1 or Asynchronous-0 (TXSTA) RX/DT serial pin data sent to RSR shift register. RCREG: 8 or 9-bit data from RSR automatically transferred here. – Input data will be readable from RCREG register.

14 TX/RC Interrupts Interrupt represents each successive byte. Enable TXIE or RCIE to enable interrupt. Transmit – When TXREG is empty, TXIF flag is set. – Flag Interrupt: Send to TXREG – TXIF is reset until TXREG is re-emptied. Receive – Upon filling RCREG, RCIF flag is set. – Flag Interrupt: Read RCREG – RCIF flag is reset until RCREG is re-filled.


16 Example Code Utilizing data received by EUSART. – Interrupt Routine If RCIF flag is set, read EUSART (RCREG). Flag code when read. – Main function: Enable interrupt. Endless loop. If flagged, read new data and place in array.

17 Address Detection ADDEN bit (RCSTA) determines address size. ADDEN = 1 allows 9-bit, excludes 8-bit ADDEN = 0 disables address detection

18 Errors Framing Error: In asynchronous mode – Stop bit not received at expected time. Enables FERR bit (RCSTA). – Interrupt not necessarily generated, simply informs of possibly incorrect data. – FERR is cleared by once data is read. Overrun Error – RCREG is FIFO and can hold no more than two bytes. – Third byte while RCREG is still full Enables OERR bit (RCSTA). – No more data received until OERR is manually cleared (clear CREN). Manual clearing of SPEN (RCSTA) will reset entire EUSART.

19 Reference pNotes/00944A.pdf pNotes/00944A.pdf pter-6-serial-communication-modules/ pter-6-serial-communication-modules/

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