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Setup in Detail
Setup in Detail provides configuration examples for the dialog Setup Logic Analyzer.
Typically, the Display Type Analog is used for A/D or D/A converter VTREGs. This display mode can be used to show values of all variable types.
Examples with Display Type Analog:
Variable "tone.y1", Min Value: -32000, Max Value: 32000 Variable "Signal", Min Value: 0, Max Value: 0x2E0, Mask: 0xFFF00, Shift Right: 8
The Display Type Bit reduces a value to true (= 1) or false (= 0) and is typically used for a single digital I/O pin. This display mode can be applied to any variable. For efficient configuration purposes, variable names of the format Identifier.Bitpos are converted to the Display Type Bit with corresponding And Mask and Shift Right settings.
Examples with Display Type Bit:
Variable "PORT0.2" Variable "PORT2", Mask: 0x10, Shift Right: 4 (Note, the input is identical to PORT2.4) Variable "flag", Mask: 0xFF, Shift Right: 0
The Display Type State shows signal transition value changes, and is typical used to show BUS signals.
Examples with Display Type State:
Variable "DTMF_Input", Mask: 0xF0, Shift Right: 4 Variable "Keys", Mask: 0xFF, Shift Right: 0
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