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AN702-00029-1v0-E
8-BIT MICROCONTROLLER
New 8FX Family
MB95870K/860K/850K series
SAMPLE PROJECT
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Revision History
Rev
Date
Remark
1.0
2012-11-06
First Edition
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Table of Contents
Revision History...................................................................................................................... 2
Table of Contents.................................................................................................................... 3
Target products ....................................................................................................................... 6
1
2
Introduction...................................................................................................................... 7
1.1
Purpose.................................................................................................................... 7
1.2
Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations ................................................................ 7
1.3
Document Overview ................................................................................................ 7
System Hardware Environment ...................................................................................... 8
2.1
MCU Information...................................................................................................... 8
2.2
EVB Information....................................................................................................... 8
3
Development Environment.............................................................................................. 9
4
Sample Project System ................................................................................................. 10
5
4.1
System Introduction ............................................................................................... 10
4.2
System Features.................................................................................................... 10
4.3
System Firmware Design ....................................................................................... 11
4.3.1
User Interface .................................................................................................. 11
4.3.2
System Module ............................................................................................... 12
4.3.3
System Main Loop.......................................................................................... 13
4.3.4
System Files ................................................................................................... 13
4.3.5
System Files Structure ................................................................................... 15
System Function ........................................................................................................... 16
5.1
Overview ................................................................................................................ 16
5.1.1
Function List ................................................................................................... 16
5.1.2
Macro and Constant List ................................................................................ 16
5.1.3
Data Structure and Type Definition ................................................................ 19
5.2
System Initialization ............................................................................................... 20
5.2.1
Machine Clock ................................................................................................ 20
5.2.2
Watchdog........................................................................................................ 20
5.2.3
System Initialization........................................................................................ 20
5.3
Module Initialization ............................................................................................... 21
5.3.1
TS Module ...................................................................................................... 21
5.3.2
Timer Module.................................................................................................. 21
5.3.3
LED Module .................................................................................................... 21
5.3.4
Beep Module .................................................................................................. 22
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UART Module ................................................................................................. 22
5.3.6
Control Switch ................................................................................................ 22
5.4
6
Module Drivers .............................................................................................................. 24
6.1
7
Function List ................................................................................................... 25
6.1.2
Macro and Constant List ................................................................................ 25
6.1.3
Data Structure and Type Define ..................................................................... 25
6.2
TS Module Driver ................................................................................................... 26
6.3
LED Module Driver ................................................................................................ 26
6.4
BEEP Module Driver .............................................................................................. 27
6.5
Control Switch Driver ............................................................................................. 28
Middleware .................................................................................................................... 29
Overview ................................................................................................................ 29
7.1.1
Function List ................................................................................................... 30
7.1.2
Macro and Constant List ................................................................................ 31
7.1.3
Data Structure and Type Define ..................................................................... 31
7.2
TS Middleware ....................................................................................................... 33
7.3
Timer Middleware .................................................................................................. 33
7.4
UART Middleware .................................................................................................. 35
7.5
LED Middleware .................................................................................................... 35
7.6
BEEP Middleware .................................................................................................. 37
Application Program ...................................................................................................... 39
8.1
Overview ................................................................................................................ 39
8.1.1
Function List ................................................................................................... 39
8.1.2
Macro and Constant List ................................................................................ 39
8.1.3
Data Structure and Type Define ..................................................................... 40
8.2
Key Service Application ......................................................................................... 42
8.2.1
Sync Mode...................................................................................................... 45
8.2.2
Func Mode...................................................................................................... 46
8.2.3
Hold Mode ...................................................................................................... 47
8.2.4
Waterproof Mode ............................................................................................ 47
8.3
9
Overview ................................................................................................................ 24
6.1.1
7.1
8
System Self-checking ............................................................................................ 23
TS Register Value Application ............................................................................... 48
Interrupt Service Routine .............................................................................................. 49
9.1
Overview ................................................................................................................ 49
9.1.1
Function List ................................................................................................... 49
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Macro and Constant List ................................................................................ 49
9.1.3
Data Structure and Type Define ..................................................................... 49
9.2
TINT ISR ................................................................................................................ 50
9.3
GINT ISR ............................................................................................................... 50
9.4
TBT ISR ................................................................................................................. 50
9.5
UART ISR .............................................................................................................. 50
10 Additional Information ................................................................................................... 51
11 Appendix ....................................................................................................................... 52
11.1
List of Figures and Tables ...................................................................................... 52
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Target products
This application note is described about below products;
Series
Product Number (not included Package suffix)
MB95870K
MB95F876K
MB95860K
MB95F866K
MB95850K
MB95F856K
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Introduction
1.1
Purpose
This application note helps users to acquire a quick understand of the structure of TSCMCU
EVB sample project The sample project includes basic initial function of system clock,
system interrupt, TS, LEDs, timer and UART. After initialization function is completed, the
key service is served as a primary function for the implementation of the flow, that is to get
the key value, change the scan display mode, execute relative key operation based on the
current mode, and to execute some operations when mode toggle happens.
1.2
Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations
TSC
Capacitance Touch Sensor
TSCMCU
MCU with TSC inside
AIC
TM
APIS
FW
Automatic Impedance Calibration
TM
Adjacent Pattern Interference Suppression
Firmware
F-Touch F-Touch for SOFTUNE
1.3
Document Overview
The rest of document is organized as follows:
Chapter 2 explains System Hardware Environment
Chapter 3 explains Development Environment
Chapter 4 explains Sample Project System
Chapter 5 explains System Function
Chapter 6 explains Module Drivers
Chapter 7 explains Middleware
Chapter 8 explains Application Program
Chapter 9 explains Interrupt Service Routine
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System Hardware Environment
This chapter introduces the Hardware Environment.
2.1
MCU Information
Below shows the brief information list of MCU used in this EVB.

CPU chip: Fujitsu MB95F876KPMC

CPU max main oscillation clock: up to 16.25 MHz

Minimum instruction execution time : 61.5 ns (machine clock frequency = 16.25
MHz)
2.2

Interrupt processing time : 0.6 us (machine clock frequency = 16.25 MHz)

RAM space: 1K Bytes;

Code space: 36K Bytes;
EVB Information
There are 12 channels touch key and relative indication LEDs, 2 custom LEDs, 1 beep and
UART port.
Figure 2-1: Appearance of EVB
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Development Environment
This chapter introduces the Development Environment.
Table 3-1: MCU Development Environment
Name
Description
Part Number
Manufacture Remarks
SOFTUNE Workbench supports software for
Softune V3
2
developing programs for the F MC-8L/8FX FFMC-8L
Fujitsu
family of microprocessors / microcontrollers.
BMGA
TSCMCU
EVB
F-Touch for
Softune
Emulator
MB2164-07-E
EVB
MB2146-540-E Fujitsu
Developing Touch
Fujitsu
Fujitsu
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Sample Project System
This chapter introduces the system composition structure of sample project.
4.1
System Introduction
This sample project is designed to quickly evaluate the TS module build up on MB95F870 series
MCU. There are 4 different operation modes which are controlled by TSC key and 1 external control
jumper. The Beep and LEDs build in EVB also be used to indicate the key action and the selected
mode status. Additionally, there are UART ports transferring the interested register value such as
impedance, strength and calibrated impedance.
All the system features are listed in section 4.2.
4.2
System Features

All 12 channels of touch keys

12 LEDs Touch Status Display

2 user custom LEDs

1 Direct Beep output

UART port

External control jumper

Power selectable between 12V and 5V, as well as power indication LED
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4.3
4.3.1
System Firmware Design
User Interface
Figure 4-1: Demo system User Interface Block Diagram
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4.3.2
System Module
Figure 4-2: Demo system Module Block Diagram
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4.3.3
System Main Loop
Start
Disable global interrupt
Initialize system
Configure interrupt level
Enable global interrupt
System self-check
System service loop
Figure 4-3: Demo system Main Loop flowchart
4.3.4
System Files
This section introduces all c files used in sample project.
There are 3 required files: _f2mc8fx.c, vectors.c and startup.asm. These files apply all the
system necessary information, so make sure they are included in project correctly.
And the main.c, as a special file, is also required in all projects. This file includes some
system functions such as system initial function, system self check function, as well as the
main function. Additionally, there are 5 kinds of files which sorted by modules.

TS module:
 TSC_Init.c contains Initialization information of TS module.
 TSC.c contains API functions of TS module (for example, TSC_GetValueUnit).

Key service module:
 Key_ServiceBase.c provides a frame for external input response and mode
toggle.
 Key_ServiceFuncMode.c implements all functions in function show mode.
 Key_ServiceHoldMode.c implements all functions in hold mode.
 Key_ServiceSyncMode.c implements all functions in synchrony mode.
 Key_ServiceWaterproofMode.c implements all functions in waterproof
mode.
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Timer module:
 Timer.c contains Initialization information and API functions of Timer module.

UART module:
 Uart.c contains Initialization information and API functions of UART module.

LED module:
 LED.c contains Initialization information and API functions of LED module.

Beep module:
 BEEP.c contains Initialization information and API functions of Beep module.
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4.3.5
System Files Structure
Figure 4-4: Sample Project Files Structure
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5
System Function
This chapter introduces the details of system function.
5.1
Overview
Figure 4-3 shows the flow chart of system main loop. After power is turned on, MCU starts
system initialization firstly, this initialization includes setup of clock and interrupt, used
module initialization, and then, MCU goes into main loop handling API functions.
5.1.1
Function List
Table 5-1: System Function List
Prototype
Description
Section/Page
Remark
SYS_OscSetup ()
Initialize system machine clock.
5.2.1/20
N/A
SYS_ResetWatchdog ()
Reset watchdog (feed dog signal).
5.2.2/20
Not Use
SYS_Init()
Called all initialization functions
5.2.3/20
N/A
TSC_Init()
TS module initialization
5.3.1/21
N/A
TBT_Init()
Timer module initialization
5.3.2/21
N/A
CTRL_Init()
Control switch initialization
5.3.6/22
N/A
LED_DirectOut(LED_Port,
Set the LED control pins direct to
5.3.3/21
N/A
LED_Pin)
output
LED_Init()
LED module initialization
5.3.3/21
N/A
BEEP_Init()
Beep module initialization
5.3.4/22
N/A
UART_Init()
UART module initialization
5.3.5/22
N/A
SYS_SelfCheck ()
Relative
0/23
N/A
module
power
on
self-checking
5.1.2
Macro and Constant List
Table 5-2: System Function Macro List
Name
Description
Value
EXCLK_USED
Determine to use external clock or not
FALSE
PLL_USED
Determine to use PLL or not
TRUE
LED_PORT1NUM
Number of pins used in port1 for key display
8
LEDs
LED_PORT2NUM
Number of pins used in port2 for key display
4
LEDs
LED_NUM
Total number of pins for key display LEDs
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LED_PORT2NUM
LEDKEY_PORT1
Key display LED pin port 1
0x0000(Port 0)
LEDKEY_PORT2
Key display LED pin port 2
0x0012(Port 4)
LEDKEY_RSPORT
Run and Status display LED pin port
0x0012(Port 4)
LEDKEY_1
Address of key display LED pin 1
0x01(P00)
LEDKEY_2
Address of key display LED pin 2
0x02(P01)
LEDKEY_3
Address of key display LED pin 3
0x04(P02)
LEDKEY_4
Address of key display LED pin 4
0x08(P03)
LEDKEY_5
Address of key display LED pin 5
0x10(P04)
LEDKEY_6
Address of key display LED pin 6
0x20(P05)
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Table 5-3: System Function Macro List (continued)
Name
Description
Value
LEDKEY_7
Address of key display LED pin 7
0x80(P07)
LEDKEY_8
Address of key display LED pin 8
0x40(P06)
LEDKEY_9
Address of key display LED pin 9
0x02(P41)
LEDKEY_10
Address of key display LED pin 10
0x01(P40)
LEDKEY_11
Address of key display LED pin 11
0x08(P43)
LEDKEY_12
Address of key display LED pin 12
0x04(P42)
LEDKEY_RUN
Address of system run display LED pin
0x80(P47)
LEDKEY_STA
Address of system status display LED pin
0x40(P46)
UART_Dir_IN
Set RXD pin to input of UART
DDR1_P13 = 0
UART_Dir_OUT
Set TXD pin to output of UART
DDR1_P14 = 1
CTRL_DIR
Set direct of control switch jumper
DDR4_P44
CTRL_PIN
Pin value register of control switch jumper
PDR4_P44
Table 5-4: System Function Constant List
Name
Description
Value
LED_Key [LED_NUM]
Constant array contains key display LED pin
{LEDKEY_1,
address
LEDKEY_2,
…
LEDKEY_11,
LEDKEY_12}
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5.1.3
5.1.3.1
Data Structure and Type Definition
Data Structure
There is no data structure in this part.
5.1.3.2
Type Definition
1. MSG_RESULT, enumerate the return status of function execution.
typedef enum
{
MSG_OK = 0,
/* 0 */
MSG_FAIL
/* 1 */
} MSG_RESULT;
2. LED_STATUS, enumerate the LED on or off status.
typedef enum
{
LED_ON = 0,
LED_OFF
/* 0 */
/* 1 */
}LED_STATUS;
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5.2
System Initialization
5.2.1
Machine Clock
Table 5-5: System Machine Clock Setup Function
Prototype
void SYS_OscSetup (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
Select between external clock or internal clock;
Determine if use PLL or not
Remark
5.2.2
N/A
Watchdog
Table 5-6: System Watchdog Reset Function
Prototype
void SYS_ResetWatchdog (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
Hardware watchdog reset signal, as known as feed dog signal
Remark
Not used in this sample project
5.2.3
System Initialization
Table 5-7: System Initialization Function
Prototype
void SYS_Init (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
All initialized functions are called by this function for centralizing initialization.
Remark
N/A
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5.3
Module Initialization
5.3.1
TS Module
Table 5-8: TS Module Initialization Function
Prototype
void TSC_Init (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
This is a key function of this sample project. It includes all register’s configuration of TS
module. It is recommended to call this function in any project which used TS module,
since this function can be exported by Touchtune in one special c file.
Remark
5.3.2
N/A
Timer Module
Table 5-9: Timer Module Initialization Function
Prototype
void TBT_Init (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
System use hard ware Time Base Timer as a source of time impulse. The relative
parameters such as timer interval, are configured in this function
Remark
5.3.3
N/A
LED Module
Table 5-10: LED Pin Direct Setting Function
Prototype
void LED_DirectOut(LED_Port, LED_Pin)
Parameter
LED_Port: Indicate the corresponding port of LED pins
LED_Pin: Indicate the LED pin
Return
void
Description
Set the given pin in parameter list to output for LED control.
Remark
N/A
Table 5-11: LED Module Initialization Function
Prototype
void LED_Init (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
There are up to 14 LEDs in demo board and it is driven by multiple pins. This function
configures all the LED pins to Low level output.
Remark
N/A
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5.3.4
Beep Module
Table 5-12: Beep Module Initialization Function
Prototype
void BEEP_Init (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
There is a programmable frequency output for BEEP drive in TSCMCU. It is controlled by
TS module, this function is used to configure it to software control mode for some special
application conditions.
Remark
5.3.5
N/A
UART Module
Table 5-13: UART Module Initialization Function
Prototype
void UART_Init (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
There are TTL RS-232 interface in TSCMCU-EVB, through the level conversion chip,
register data can be sent out to PC by UART. This function is used to configure UART
pin, UART parameters, Baud rate and Interrupt.
Remark
5.3.6
N/A
Control Switch
Table 5-14: Control Switch Initialization Function
Prototype
void CTRL_Init (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
Actually, the control switch is a GPIO pin, so this function is used to configure this pin to
GPIO input.
Remark
N/A
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5.4
System Self-checking
Table 5-15: System Self-checking Function
Prototype
void SYS_SelfCheck (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
This is a system level application function. It designs to check the working status of board
build up modules include LEDs and Beep.
Remark
N/A
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Module Drivers
This chapter provides driver function of each module used in system.
6.1
Overview
Driver functions of each module implement data get and sent from target peripherals. There
are 5 kinds of module used in this sample project, including: TS, Timer, UART, LED, BEEP
and Control Switch.
TS as input module processes data automatically and report the touch action to CPU
directly.
Timer as internal module generates time pulse to drive 4 derived software timers.
UART as bidirectional module not only sent out data to PC, but also get commands from PC
for transmission type switch.
LED, use GPIO actually, as output module controls if lighting is performed or not of LEDs.
There are several functions to implement various display effects.
BEEP as output module transmits PWM signal with certain frequency to drive of BEEP. The
frequency and beep period are programmable.
Control Switch as input GPIO controls the toggle between waterproof mode and other
modes
Note that Timer, UART and part of TS driver are implemented by interrupt service routine,
please refer to 9 Interrupt Service Routine for details.
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6.1.1
Function List
Table 6-1: Module Drivers List
Prototype
LED_Display(LED_Port,
LED_Pin,
Description
Section/Page
Remark
LED display control
6.3/26
N/A
Beep frequency modify and
0/27
N/A
Dis_Ctrl)
BEEP_Control(beep_frq)
make beep sounded.
6.1.2
Macro and Constant List
Relative macro and constant of LED modules are listed above in Table 5-2 and Table 5-3.
6.1.3
6.1.3.1
Data Structure and Type Define
Data Structure
There is no data structure in this part.
6.1.3.2
Type Define
typedef enum
{
BEEP_FRQ1 = 0x11,
BEEP_FRQ2 = 0x12,
BEEP_FRQ3 = 0x13,
BEEP_FRQ4 = 0x14,
BEEP_FRQ5 = 0x15,
BEEP_FRQ6 = 0x16,
BEEP_FRQ7 = 0x17,
BEEP_OFF = 0x00
}BEEP_FRQ;
BEEP_FRQ enumerates several beep status which is relative of frequency. Note that these
frequencies are based on machine clock.
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6.2
TS Module Driver
The touch action is reported to these 2 registers: TOUCHL and TOUCHH. Below is the
relationship between register bits and touch channels.
Table 6-2: Relationship between Touch Byte and Touch Channels
Touch Byte
TOUCHH
7
Touch Channels
6
5
4
Undefined bits
TOUCHL
3
1
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
TS
TS
TS
TS
TS
TS
TS
TS
TS
TS
TS
TS
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
00
These 2 registers are read only, and store the final touch status:

Reading "0" Indicates that the touch pad of touch ch. n is not touched.

Reading "1" Indicates that the touch pad of touch ch. n is touched.
This sample project uses the reversed value of touch bytes as below by considering the
consistency with other keys.
touchByteL &= ~TOUCHL;
touchByteH &= ~TOUCHH;
This is the scan method of getting touch status.
6.3
LED Module Driver
Table 6-3: LED Module Driver Function
Prototype
void LED_Display(LED_Port, LED_Pin, Dis_Ctrl)
Parameter
LED_Port: Indicate the corresponding port of LED pins
LED_Pin: Indicate the LED pin
Dis_Ctrl: LED status control

LED_On: light LED, set GPIO pin to L output

LED_Off: turn off LED, set GPIO pin to H output
Return
void
Description
The parameter LED_Port and LED_Pin contain the address of GPIO port and pin. The
LED control implement by set H or L of GPIO output.
Remark
N/A
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6.4
BEEP Module Driver
Table 6-4: BEEP Module Driver Function
Prototype
void BEEP_Control (beep_frq)
Parameter
beep_frq: Beep sound effect set frequency
Return
void
Description
There is hardware beep module, which transmits a certain frequency pulse. The beep
module can be controlled by both software and TS module directly. This function is
designed to use the software control. This frequency determines the sound effect
based on MCLK.
Remark
N/A
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6.5
Control Switch Driver
In jumper disconnect condition, the Control Switch relative GPIO pin value hold 1. After
shorted by jumper, the pin value changes to 0.
However, in this sample project, the short status is defined as default status. This sample
project uses the reversed value of touch bytes as below by considering the consistency with
other keys.
keyValue = ((~CTRL_PIN) << 15) | ((touchByteH << 8) & 0x7F00) | touchByteL;
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7
Middleware
This chapter provides middle ware functions of some modules used in system.
7.1
Overview
Middleware implements several functions based on module driver. It provides buffer function
between API and driver layer. A module always has many middleware. For instance, there
are 7 functions provided for LED module.
This chapter introduces all the modules’ relative middleware.
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7.1.1
Function List
Table 7-1: Module Drivers List
Prototype
Description
Section/Page
Remark
TSC_MatrixClear()
Touch data save matrix reset function
N/A
TIMER_Max65535ms
Derived software timer
N/A
(*timer, timeOutVal)
Max value:65535; Unit: ms
TIMER_Max255ms
Derived software timer
(*timer, timeOutVal)
Max value:255; Unit: ms
TIMER_Max65535s
Derived software timer
(*timer, timeOutVal)
Max value:65535; Unit: s
TIMER_Max255s
Derived software timer
(*timer, timeOutVal)
Max value: 255; Unit: s
UART_Transmit()
Transmit touch data via UART
N/A
LED_KeyDisplay
Key status indication LED control
N/A
LED_KeyRun(Dis_Ctrl)
Run status indication LED control
N/A
LED_KeyStatus(Dis_Ctrl)
System status indication LED control
N/A
LED_KeyAll(Dis_Ctrl)
Light or turn off all LED
N/A
LED_LoopDispMode1(Dis_Loacl)
Multiple LED display mode 1
N/A
LED_LoopDispMode2(Dis_Loacl)
Multiple LED display mode 2
N/A
LED_LoopDispMode3(Dis_Loacl)
Multiple LED display mode 3
N/A
BEEP_SoundEft1(Beep_Eft)
Multiple Beep sound effect mode 1
N/A
BEEP_SoundEft1(Beep_Eft)
Multiple Beep sound effect mode 2
N/A
BEEP_SoundEft1(Beep_Eft)
Multiple Beep sound effect mode 3
N/A
BEEP_SoundEft1(Beep_Eft)
Multiple Beep sound effect mode 4
N/A
BEEP_SoundEftDouble
Multiple Beep sound double effect
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
(Led_Num, Dis_Ctrl)
(Beep_Eft1, Beep_Eft2)
combinational mode
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7.1.2
Macro and Constant List
Table 7-2: Middleware Macro List
Name
Description
Value
TSCKEY_KEYNUM
Number of touch keys
12
TSCKEY_MATRIX_COLLEN
Length of data matrix column
(TSCKEY_KEYNUM +
2)
TSCKEY_MATRIX_RAWLEN
Length of data raw
40
RESET_TIMER
Timer out value is 0 means reset derived
0x00
timer
VAL_1S
7.1.3
7.1.3.1
Define 1 second in software timer
1000
Data Structure and Type Define
Data Structure
There is no data structure in this part.
7.1.3.2
Type Definition
1. TSCKEY_MATRIX, contains 1 data matrix, get and put pointer of column and raw,
and 1 bit field for indicating matrix empty status.
typedef struct
{
/* data RX FIFO buffer */
unsigned char
Matrix[TSCKEY_MATRIX_RAWLEN][TSCKEY_MATRIX_COLLEN];
unsigned char
PutPtrCol;
/* pointer for Col Matrix in */
unsigned char
PutPtrRaw;
/* pointer for Raw Matrix in */
unsigned char
GetPtrCol;
/* pointer for Col Matrix out */
unsigned char
GetPtrRaw;
/* pointer for Raw Matrix out */
unsigned FifoEmpty: 1;
/* busy flag for data transmission */
}TSCKEY_MATRIX;
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2. TSCKEY_GETTYEP, enumerates supported data getting types.
typedef enum
{
GET_IMP = 0,
/* 0 */
GET_CALIMP,
/* 1 */
GET_STR
/* 2 */
}TSCKEY_GETTYEP;
3. TIMER_STA, enumerates the status of derived timer.
typedef enum
{
TIME_OUT_FLAG = 0xFF,
NO_TIME_OUT_FLAG = 0x00,
} TIMER_STA;
4. LED_LOOPMODE, enumerates supported LED effect mode in this sample project.
typedef enum
{
NULL = 0,
MODE1,
MODE2,
MODE3
}LED_LOOPMODE;
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7.2
TS Middleware
Table 7-3: TS Module Middleware Function
Prototype
MSG_RESULT TSC_MatrixClear(void)
Parameter
void
Return
MSG_OK: Clear TSC data matrix successful
Description
Reset matrix by fill 0, set the pointer and flag to 0.
Remark
N/A
7.3
Timer Middleware
Table 7-4: Derived 65535 ms Timer Function
Prototype
TIMER_STA TIMER_Max65535ms(unsigned int *timer, unsigned int timeOutVal)
Parameter
timer: pointer of timer counter
timeOutVal: timeout value, when timeout value is 0, reset timer
Return
TIME_OUT_FLAG: indicate the timer counter met time out value
NO_TIME_OUT_FLAG: indicate the timer counter didn’t meet time out value
Description
Count step is 1 ms, and max counter value is 65535 ms. Note that this ms here is not
accurate.
Remark
N/A
Table 7-5: Derived 255 ms Timer Function
Prototype
TIMER_STA TIMER_Max255ms(unsigned char * timer, unsigned char timeOutVal)
Parameter
timer: pointer of timer counter
timeOutVal: timeout value, when timeout value is 0, reset timer
Return
TIME_OUT_FLAG: indicate the timer counter met time out value
NO_TIME_OUT_FLAG: indicate the timer counter didn’t meet time out value
Description
Count step is 1 ms, and max counter value is 255 ms. Note that this ms here is not
accurate.
Remark
N/A
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Table 7-6: Derived 65535 s Timer Function
Prototype
TIMER_STA TIMER_Max65535s(unsigned int *timer, unsigned int timeOutVal)
Parameter
timer: pointer of timer counter
timeOutVal: timeout value, when timeout value is 0, reset timer
Return
TIME_OUT_FLAG: indicate the timer counter met time out value
NO_TIME_OUT_FLAG: indicate the timer counter didn’t meet time out value
Description
Count step is 1 s, and max counter value is 65535 ms. Note that this ms here is not
accurate.
Remark
N/A
Table 7-7: Derived 255 s Timer Function
Prototype
TIMER_STA TIMER_Max255s(unsigned char * timer, unsigned char timeOutVal)
Parameter
timer: pointer of timer counter
timeOutVal: timeout value, when timeout value is 0, reset timer
Return
TIME_OUT_FLAG: indicate the timer counter met time out value
NO_TIME_OUT_FLAG: indicate the timer counter didn’t meet time out value
Description
Count step is 1 s, and max counter value is 255 ms. Note that this ms here is not
accurate.
Remark
N/A
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7.4
UART Middleware
Table 7-8: UART Middleware Function
Prototype
void UART_Transmit(void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
Compare get pointer with put pointer. If get pointer is not equal to put pointer, transmit
the data via UART.
Remark
7.5
N/A
LED Middleware
Table 7-9: Key Indication LED Control Middleware Function
Prototype
void LED_KeyDisplay(unsigned char Led_Num, LED_STATUS Dis_Ctrl)
Parameter
Led_Num: Point out which LED to operate
Dis_Ctrl: Point out light or not LED
Return
void
Description
Use light on/off of 12 LEDs to indicate the key status
Remark
N/A
Table 7-10: Run Status Indication LED Control Middleware Function
Prototype
void LED_KeyRun(LED_STATUS Dis_Ctrl)
Parameter
Dis_Ctrl: Point out light or not LED
Return
void
Description
Use light on/off of RUN LED to indicate the operation status
Remark
N/A
Table 7-11: System Status Indication LED Control Middleware Function
Prototype
void LED_KeyStatus(LED_STATUS Dis_Ctrl)
Parameter
Dis_Ctrl: Point out light or not LED
Return
void
Description
Use light on/off of STA LED to indicate the system status
Remark
N/A
Table 7-12: Entire LEDs Control Middleware Function
Prototype
void LED_KeyAll(LED_STATUS Dis_Ctrl)
Parameter
Dis_Ctrl: Point out light or not LED
Return
void
Description
Overall control of 12 LEDs operation status. It is used during self-check mode and
mode switching.
Remark
N/A
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Table 7-13: LED Loop Display Mode 1 Function
Prototype
void LED_LoopDispMode1(unsigned char Dis_Loacl)
Parameter
Dis_Loacl: Location of LED operation in a display loop.
Return
void
Description
Implement the display effect: 3 adjacent LEDs are lighted from 12 LEDs pointed by
argument Dis_Loacl; Dis_Loacl increasing makes the lighted LEDs set roll CW direct,
while Dis_Loacl decreasing makes the lighted LEDs set roll CCW direct.
Remark
N/A
Table 7-14: LED Loop Display Mode 2 Function
Prototype
void LED_LoopDispMode2(unsigned char Dis_Loacl)
Parameter
Dis_Loacl: Location of LED operation in a display loop.
Return
void
Description
Implement the display effect: 1 LED is lighted from 12 LEDs pointed by argument
Dis_Loacl; Dis_Loacl increasing makes the lighted LED jump display.
Remark
N/A
Table 7-15: LED Loop Display Mode 3 Function
Prototype
void LED_LoopDispMode3(unsigned char Dis_Loacl)
Parameter
Dis_Loacl: Location of LED operation in a display loop.
Return
void
Description
Implement the display effect: 2 LEDs are lighted each time pointed by argument
Dis_Loacl; Dis_Loacl increasing makes all LED lighted and then turn off in reverse
order.
Remark
N/A
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7.6
BEEP Middleware
Table 7-16: Beep Sound Effect Mode 1 Function
Prototype
void BEEP_SoundEft1(unsigned char Beep_Eft)
Parameter
Beep_Eft: Beep sound effect control
Return
void
Description
List 6 kinds of support Beep sound effect, and can be controlled by argument
Beep_Eft.
Remark
N/A
Table 7-17: Beep Sound Effect Mode 2 Function
Prototype
void BEEP_SoundEft2(unsigned char Beep_Eft)
Parameter
Beep_Eft: Beep sound effect control
Return
void
Description
Support 2 kinds of Beep sound effect by argument Beep_Eft mod 2.
Remark
N/A
Table 7-18: Beep Sound Effect Mode 3 Function
Prototype
void BEEP_SoundEft3(unsigned char Beep_Eft)
Parameter
Beep_Eft: Beep sound effect control
Return
void
Description
Support 3 kinds of Beep sound effect by argument Beep_Eft mod 3.
Remark
N/A
Table 7-19: Beep Sound Effect Mode 4 Function
Prototype
void BEEP_SoundEft4(unsigned char Beep_Eft)
Parameter
Beep_Eft: Beep sound effect control
Return
void
Description
Support 4 kinds of Beep sound effect by argument Beep_Eft mod 4.
Remark
N/A
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Table 7-20: Beep Sound Combinational Mode Function
Prototype
void BEEP_SoundEftDouble(unsigned char Beep_Eft1,unsigned char Beep_Eft2)
Parameter
Beep_Eft1: Beep sound effect 1 control
Beep_Eft2: Beep sound effect 2 control
Return
void
Description
This beep is configured by 2 different sounds. The first sound effect is Beep_Eft1, and
the second sound effect Beep_Eft2 is sent out after a certain period of time. This
function is required to use BEEP_SoundEft4.
Remark
N/A
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8
Application Program
This chapter introduces the implementation details of application program.
8.1
Overview
Application program implements the design requirement by integration system resources.
There are 2 categories of application program in this sample project: touch key service
application and TS module register value read and send out application.
For touch key service part, provide 4 kinds of demonstrate modes named as sync mode,
function mode, hold mode and waterproof mode. Section 8.2 describes the details of this
part.
For TS register value part, there is a 14 × 40 data matrix act as data buffer. This buffer is
FIFO structure. Section 8.3 introduces this matrix.
8.1.1
Function List
Table 8-1: Application Program Function List
Prototype
Description
Section/Page
Remark
TSC_ServiceBase();
Key service base function
8.2/42
N/A
TSC_ModeLoad(*pForm);
Load new mode
8.2/42
N/A
TSC_ModeDispRefurbish();
LED display refurbish
8.2/42
N/A
TSC_ClearTask();
Extra task reset function
8.2/42
N/A
TSC_AddTask(void(*pSub)());
Extra task add function
8.2/42
N/A
TSC_DelTask(void(*pSub)());
Extra task delete function
8.2/42
N/A
TSC_GetValueUnit(get_type);
Get
8.3/48
N/A
TS
module
register
value
function
Note: The sub functions of each mode not list in this table, and Section 8.2 explain the
implement details.
8.1.2
Macro and Constant List
Table 8-2: Middleware Macro List
Name
Description
Value
Setting_ModeCount
Number of touch keys
4
TASKCOUNT
Length of data matrix column
1
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8.1.3
8.1.3.1
Data Structure and Type Define
Data Structure
1. FTouchMode contains common attributes of each mode.
 TimeCounter, pointer of timer used in this mode;
 TimeInterval, define the timer out interval;
 pInit, function pointer of initialization function of this mode;
 pDraw, function pointer of display redraw function of this mode;
 pKeyDown, function pointer of key press service function of this mode;
 pKeyUp, function pointer of key release service function of this mode;
 pTimer, function pointer of time driven processing function of this mode;
 pUnload, function pointer of mode unload processing function of this mode.
struct FTouchMode
{
unsigned int *TimeCounter;
unsigned int TimeInterval;
void(*pInit)();
void(*pDraw)();
void(*pKeyDown)(unsigned int);
void(*pKeyUp)(unsigned int);
void(*pTimer)();
void(*pUnload)();
};
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2. FTouchTask contains common attributes of extra task.
 Status, indicate the status of this task;
 pTask_Sub, function pointer of extra task sub.
struct FTouchTask
{
TASK_STA Status;
void(*pTask_Sub)();
};
3. ModeIndex, enumerate mode index of supported modes.
enum ModeIndex{
touchSyncMode_ModeIndex = 0,
touchFuncMode_ModeIndex,
touchHoldMode_ModeIndex,
touchWtrprfMode_ModeIndex
};
8.1.3.2
Type Definition
TASK_STA, enumerate extra task running status.
typedef enum
{
TASKSTA_NONE = 0,
/* 0 */
TASKSTA_RUN,
/* 1 */
} TASK_STA;
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8.2
Key Service Application
In key service application, it provides a sub system for mode toggle. The condition of mode
toggle is to touch no less than 6 keys and hold at least 2 seconds.
There are 2 concepts: active mode and load mode. Active mode means the current mode
while load mode means the oncoming mode. In normal conditions, active mode and load
mode are equivalent. However, when the mode is switched, load mode becomes the
oncoming mode, which makes it not equivalent to active mode anymore. When the next
program executes within the circle, the function switches the mode automatically once the
above-mentioned difference is captured.
There are 2 concepts in key service part too, which are the current key value and the
previous key value. In normal condition, these 2 values are equivalent. However, when
touch is occurred or released, the current key value changes. In this case, the function
switches to key service automatically in next program execution within the circle.
There are 2 derived timers used: local timer of each mode and common timer for refurbish.
Key service base function flow chart has shown as below:
Start
Is mode changed?
Y
Mode change routine
N
Is key status
changed?
Y
Key service
N
Is local
timer matched?
Y
N
Local timer routine
Is refurbish
timer matched?
Y
Refurbish timer routine
N
End
Figure 8-1: Key Service Base Function Flowchart
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The descriptions of key service functions have shown as below:
Table 8-3: Key Service Base Function
Prototype
void TSC_ServiceBase(void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
Monitor and capture status change of mode, key and timer;
Execution of relative routine functions.
Remark
N/A
Table 8-4: Mode Load Function
Prototype
void TSC_ModeLoad(struct FTouchMode *pForm)
Parameter
*pForm: Point out oncoming mode
Return
void
Description
Fix variable loadMode to oncoming mode
Remark
N/A
Table 8-5: Mode Display Refurbish Function
Prototype
void TSC_ModeDispRefurbish(void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
Execute display redraw function of active mode.
Remark
N/A
Table 8-6: Extra Task Clear Function
Prototype
void TSC_ClearTask(void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
Reset status of extra task.
Remark
N/A
Table 8-7: Extra Task Addition Function
Prototype
unsigned char TSC_AddTask(void(*pSub)())
Parameter
void(*pSub)(): point to extra task function pointer
Return
void
Description
Add one extra task into task list.
Remark
N/A
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Table 8-8: Entire LEDs Control Middleware Function
Prototype
void TSC_DelTask(void(*pSub)())
Parameter
void(*pSub)(): point to extra task function pointer
Return
void
Description
Delete pointed function from task list.
Remark
N/A
The following text explains 4 operation modes.
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8.2.1
Sync Mode
Sync Mode supports multi point touch. The LED status (light or not) follows the key touch
action, and beep is directly driven by TS module. The below diagram shows the change of
LED status:
Turn Off
No Touch
Turn Off
Lighted
Touched
No Touch
Figure 8-2: Sync Mode LED Status Change Diagram
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8.2.2
Func Mode
In Func Mode, 12 touch keys are categorized to 6 sets by columns. 3 LED demonstrate
modes are defined. The below diagram shows the change of LED status:
Figure 8-3: Func Mode LED Status Change Diagram
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8.2.3
Hold Mode
In Hold Mode, beep sound is combined with 2 effects and controlled by software. For LED,
it holds light status until the same key is touched again within a short period of time, or if
there is no touch action of other keys within 3 seconds.
Turn Off
Lighted
No Touch
Lighted
Touched
No Touch
Figure 8-4: Hold Mode LED Status Change Diagram
8.2.4
Waterproof Mode
It demonstrates the function of waterproof performance, for details of waterproof design
guide, please refer to MCU-AN-500141-E: TSCMCU-Waterproof_Guideline for more
information.
In waterproof mode, the APISTM mode 1 is used, that means it supports single-point touch.
The touch effect is partially similar with sync mode. It beeps when the touch is detected and
LED keeps turning ON until the touch key is released.
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8.3
TS Register Value Application
Environment change is reflected in TS module register data. By getting these data, it
enhances the digital signal processing. The relative data includes: Impedance,
Cal_Impedance and Strength. Argument of TSC_GetValueUnit function points out the data
type.
A 14 × 40 data matrix is built up for data buffer. Below is the structure:
Table 8-9: Structure of Data Matrix
Col9
Col10
Col11
(CH.9)
(CH.10)
(CH.11)
Data
…
Data
Data
Data
0xAA
0x55
Raw1
Data
Data
Data
…
Data
Data
Data
0xAA
0x55
Raw2
Data
Data
Data
…
Data
Data
Data
0xAA
0x55
…
Data
…
Data
…
Raw0
End Flag
…
(CH.2)
…
(CH.1)
…
(CH.0)
…
…
Col2
…
Col1
…
Col0
Raw37
Data
Data
Data
…
Data
Data
Data
0xAA
0x55
Raw38
Data
Data
Data
…
Data
Data
Data
0xAA
0x55
Raw39
Data
Data
Data
…
Data
Data
Data
0xAA
0x55
The description of TSC_GetValueUnit has shown as below:
Table 8-10: TS Module Get Register Value Function
Prototype
void TSC_GetValueUnit(TSCKEY_GETTYEP get_type)
Parameter
get_type: point out get value type:

GET_IMP - Get Impedance value

GET_CALIMP - Get Cal_Impedance value

GET_STR – Get Strength value
Return
void
Description
Get the register value according to argument and save to data matrix.
Remark
N/A
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9
Interrupt Service Routine
This chapter introduces the ISR used in system.
9.1
Overview
Interrupt Service Routine (ISR) enhances the ability and efficiency of real-time reponse
ability. For the use of interrupt, there are 3 parts in Vectors.c file which require modification:
1. Modify interrupt level in InitIrqLevels() function;
2. Declare ISR prototypes;
3. Modify Vector definition
TS module has TINT (Touch Interrupt) and GINT (General Interrupt).
9.1.1
Function List
Table 9-1: Interrupt Service Routine List
Prototype
Description
TINT_ISR(void)
Touch interrupt Service Routine
Not Use
GINT_ISR(void)
General interrupt Service Routine
Not Use
void TBT_ISR (void)
Time base timer interrupt Service Routine
N/A
void UART_ISR (void)
UART interrupt Service Routine
N/A
9.1.2
Section/Page
Macro and Constant List
Relative macro and constant are introduced previously.
9.1.3
9.1.3.1
Data Structure and Type Define
Data Structure
There is no data structure in this part.
9.1.3.2
Type Definition
5. UART_CMD, enumerate UART command of PC side.
typedef enum
{
CMD_GETIMP = 0x2F,
CMD_GETCALIMP = 0x5F,
CMD_GETSTR = 0x6F
}UART_CMD;
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9.2
TINT ISR
Table 9-2: Touch Interrupt Service Routine
Prototype
__interrupt void TINT_ISR(void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
Service function when touch interrupt occurs.
Remark
Not used in this sample project
9.3
GINT ISR
Table 9-3: General Interrupt Service Routine
Prototype
__interrupt void GINT_ISR(void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
Service function when general interrupt occurs.
Remark
Not used in this sample project
9.4
TBT ISR
Table 9-4: Time Base Timer Interrupt Service Routine
Prototype
__interrupt void TBT_ISR (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
Accumulate counter and judgment conditions for derived timers
Remark
N/A
9.5
UART ISR
Table 9-5: UART Interrupt Service Routine
Prototype
__interrupt void UART_ISR (void)
Parameter
void
Return
void
Description
Get command from PC by UART to modify sent out data type.
Remark
N/A
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10 Additional Information
For more Information on FUJITSU semiconductor products, visit the following websites:
http://www.fujitsu.com/global/services/microelectronics/documents/
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11 Appendix
11.1 List of Figures and Tables
Table 3-1: MCU Development Environment ....................................................................................................9
Table 5-1: System Function List ......................................................................................................................16
Table 5-2: System Function Macro List...........................................................................................................16
Table 5-3: System Function Macro List (continued) .......................................................................................18
Table 5-4: System Function Constant List.......................................................................................................18
Table 5-5: System Machine Clock Setup Function .........................................................................................20
Table 5-6: System Watchdog Reset Function .................................................................................................20
Table 5-7: System Initialization Function .......................................................................................................20
Table 5-8: TS Module Initialization Function ..................................................................................................21
Table 5-9: Timer Module Initialization Function ............................................................................................21
Table 5-10: LED Pin Direct Setting Function ...................................................................................................21
Table 5-11: LED Module Initialization Function .............................................................................................21
Table 5-12: Beep Module Initialization Function ...........................................................................................22
Table 5-13: UART Module Initialization Function ...........................................................................................22
Table 5-14: Control Switch Initialization Function .........................................................................................22
Table 5-15: System Self-checking Function ....................................................................................................23
Table 6-1: Module Drivers List........................................................................................................................25
Table 6-2: Relationship between Touch Byte and Touch Channels ................................................................26
Table 6-3: LED Module Driver Function .........................................................................................................26
Table 6-4: BEEP Module Driver Function .......................................................................................................27
Table 7-1: Module Drivers List........................................................................................................................30
Table 7-2: Middleware Macro List..................................................................................................................31
Table 7-3: TS Module Middleware Function ..................................................................................................33
Table 7-4: Derived 65535 ms Timer Function ................................................................................................33
Table 7-5: Derived 255 ms Timer Function ....................................................................................................33
Table 7-6: Derived 65535 s Timer Function ...................................................................................................34
Table 7-7: Derived 255 s Timer Function .......................................................................................................34
Table 7-8: UART Middleware Function...........................................................................................................35
Table 7-9: Key Indication LED Control Middleware Function .........................................................................35
Table 7-10: Run Status Indication LED Control Middleware Function ...........................................................35
Table 7-11: System Status Indication LED Control Middleware Function ......................................................35
Table 7-12: Entire LEDs Control Middleware Function ..................................................................................35
Table 7-13: LED Loop Display Mode 1 Function .............................................................................................36
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Table 7-14: LED Loop Display Mode 2 Function .............................................................................................36
Table 7-15: LED Loop Display Mode 3 Function .............................................................................................36
Table 7-16: Beep Sound Effect Mode 1 Function ...........................................................................................37
Table 7-17: Beep Sound Effect Mode 2 Function ...........................................................................................37
Table 7-18: Beep Sound Effect Mode 3 Function ...........................................................................................37
Table 7-19: Beep Sound Effect Mode 4 Function ...........................................................................................37
Table 7-20: Beep Sound Combinational Mode Function ...............................................................................38
Table 8-1: Application Program Function List ................................................................................................39
Table 8-2: Middleware Macro List..................................................................................................................39
Table 8-3: Key Service Base Function .............................................................................................................43
Table 8-4: Mode Load Function .....................................................................................................................43
Table 8-5: Mode Display Refurbish Function .................................................................................................43
Table 8-6: Extra Task Clear Function...............................................................................................................43
Table 8-7: Extra Task Addition Function .........................................................................................................43
Table 8-8: Entire LEDs Control Middleware Function ....................................................................................44
Table 8-9: Structure of Data Matrix ...............................................................................................................48
Table 8-10: TS Module Get Register Value Function ......................................................................................48
Table 9-1: Interrupt Service Routine List ........................................................................................................49
Table 9-2: Touch Interrupt Service Routine ....................................................................................................50
Table 9-3: General Interrupt Service Routine.................................................................................................50
Table 9-4: Time Base Timer Interrupt Service Routine ..................................................................................50
Table 9-5: UART Interrupt Service Routine ....................................................................................................50
Figure 2-1: Appearance of EVB ........................................................................................................................8
Figure 4-1: Demo system User Interface Block Diagram................................................................................11
Figure 4-2: Demo system Module Block Diagram ..........................................................................................12
Figure 4-3: Demo system Main Loop flowchart .............................................................................................13
Figure 4-4: Sample Project Files Structure.....................................................................................................15
Figure 8-1: Key Service Base Function Flowchart ..........................................................................................42
Figure 8-2: Sync Mode LED Status Change Diagram ......................................................................................45
Figure 8-3: Func Mode LED Status Change Diagram ......................................................................................46
Figure 8-4: Hold Mode LED Status Change Diagram ......................................................................................47
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