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C51: USING SIO0 AND SIO1 WITH THE DALLAS 320


Information in this article applies to:

  • C51 Version 5.50a and Later

QUESTION

Can I use both of the serial ports on the Dallas 320 and Cypress devices?

ANSWER

Yes. However, the serial ports will probably need to be setup to use different baud rates with different timers.

The following example program shows how you can use both serial ports in your program. The putchar and _getkey functions have been rewritten to automatically select the serial port using the sio_port variable.

#include <reg320.h>               /* special function register declarations   */

#include <stdio.h>                /* prototype declarations for I/O functions */


bit sio_port = 0;   /* SIO port to use (0 = SIO0) */

/*------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------*/
char putchar (char c)
{
if (sio_port == 0)
  {
  while (!TI);
  TI = 0;
  SBUF0 = c;
  }
else
  {
  while (!TI1);
  TI1 = 0;
  SBUF1 = c;
  }

return (c);
}

/*------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------*/
char _getkey (void)
{
char c;

if (sio_port == 0)
  {
  while (!RI);
  c = SBUF0;
  RI = 0;
  }
else
  {
  while (!RI1);
  c = SBUF1;
  RI1 = 0;
  }

return (c);
}

/*------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------*/
void main (void) {

/*------------------------------------------------
Setup the serial port 0 for 1200 baud at 12MHz
using timer 2.
------------------------------------------------*/

    SCON0  = 0x50;              /* SCON:  Mode 1, 8-bit UART, enable rcvr */
    T2MOD  = 0x00;              /* T2MOD: Count Up */
    T2CON  = 0x30;              /* T2CON: Use T2 for Baud Rate on SIO 0 */

    TL2    = 0xFF;
    TH2    = 0xFF;

    RCAP2L = 0xC8;              /* RCAP2: Reload value for 1200 @ 12 MHz */
    RCAP2H = 0xFE;              /* 12,000,000 / 2 / 1200 / 16 */

    TR2   = 1;                  /* TR2: T2 Run */
    TI    = 1;                  /* TI:  Set TI to send first char of SIO 0 */

/*------------------------------------------------
Setup the serial port 1 for 300 baud at 12MHz
using timer 1.
------------------------------------------------*/

    SCON1  = 0x50;              /* SCON1: Mode 1, 8-bit UART, enable rcvr */
    TMOD  |= 0x20;              /* TMOD:  Use T1 for Baud Rate on SIO 1 */
    WDCON |= 0x80;              /* SMOD_1: Set Double Baud Rate */

    TH1    = 0x30;              /* 300 baud at 12 MHz */
    TL1    = 0xFF;

    TR1   = 1;                  /* TR1: T1 Run */
    TI1   = 1;                  /* TI1: Set TI1 to send first char of SIO 1 */

/*------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------*/
  while (1) {
    char c;

    sio_port = !sio_port;       /* switch ports */
    printf ("Press a key: ");
    c = _getkey ();
    printf ("\r\nYou pressed %c\r\n", c);
  }
}

MORE INFORMATION

  • Refer to Basic I/O in the Cx51 User's Guide.

SEE ALSO

FORUM THREADS

The following Discussion Forum threads may provide information related to this topic.

Last Reviewed: Friday, January 30, 2015


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