# Lec12 - ECE 212 Digital Circuits II Monday, 10 March 2008...

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1 ECE 212 Digital Circuits II Monday, 10 March 2008 HW Set 12: Problems 1, 2 Rytis U. Problem 3 No presenter. Problem 4 No presenter. Problem 5 Jeff V. Problem 6 No presenter. Problem 7 James W. Problem 8 Nick W. Problem 9 Derek A. Today's Goals To use the 68HC12 to solve a problem. To introduce some 68HC12 instructions. To write a program.

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2 General-purpose Registers A8 b i t s B8 b i t s X1 6 b i t s Y1 6 b i t s Special purpose Registers PC 16 bits SP 16 bits CCR 8 bits Memory 16-bit address 8-bit data Review– 68HC12 Architecture Register D = A B The STATE of the processor. Program Counter Stack Pointer Condition Code Register (Flags) Remember the difference! A Problem Input: X[7:0] Signed integer, 8-bit two's complement notation. Solution: Approach 1. Design a combinational circuit. Approach 2. Use the 6812 microcontroller. Processor Input Device Output Device Output: Z[7:0] Signed integer, 8-bit two's complement notation. Operation: do forever{ Z = 2*X + 0x25 } Neglect any overflow.
3 Using the 6812 1. Connect the input/output devices. 2. Write a program. Memory PC IR Data Path clock Controller Input/Output PortA PortB PortA is not register A PortB is not register B Output Device Z[7:0] Input Device X[7:0] Ports? Memory PC IR Data Path clock Controller Input/Output Output Device Input Device PortA PortB PortB: 8-bit output port. Address = 0x0001 PortA: 8-bit input port. Address = 0x0000 I/O Memory addresses: All I/O is Memory-Mapped. Addresses are fixed (6812 hardware). Port directions must be configured before using the port. We assume that has been done. X[7:0] Z[7:0]

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4 The Program do forever { read PortA; Z = 2*X + 0x25; write Z to PortB; } Read from a memory location (PortA).
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