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TL16C752C Driver & Example
How can I get the TL16C752C driver & example? Is there the driver for linux? I'm using dm816x.
Unfortunately we do not have any sample code or UART device driver. The standard 16550 Linux driver should work. Here are a few links to RS-232 programming in Linux with some sample code:
Thank you for your answer. I'll check them.
Attached is one more source of sample code from Stanford University. The links to the source code are included.
please tell me or send me where the code for hardware flowcontrol configuration for ti16550 . Please let me know. and if avail tell me how to test flowcontrol (CTS/RTS) .
We do not have specifc driver code for the UART devices. Enabling flow control requires you to set a value in the FIFO Control Register (FCR, address offset 0x02) for the trigger levels and then enable bit 5 (AFE) in the Modem Control Register (MCR, address offset 0x04). For example:
/* Comm Port 1 or A -- UART register set definition *//* Base address is 0x300 */#define RBR_UART1 0x300 /*Receiver Buffer Register of chA */#define THR_UART1 0x300 /*Transmitter Holding Register of chA */#define IER_UART1 0x301 /*Interrupt Enable Register of chA */#define IIR_UART1 0x302 /*Interrupt Identify Register of chA */#define FCR_UART1 0x302 /*FIFO Control Register of chA */#define LCR_UART1 0x303 /*Line Control Register of chA */#define MCR_UART1 0x304 /*Modem Control Register of chA */#define LSR_UART1 0x305 /*Line Status Register of chA */#define MSR_UART1 0x306 /*Modem Status Register of chA*/#define SPR_UART1 0x307 /*Scratch Pad Register of chA */#define DLL_UART1 0x300 /*Divisor Latch LSB of chA */#define DLM_UART1 0x301 /*Divisor Latch MSB of chA *//* End Comm Port definition */
// Setup and Initialize the port /* Port 1 */ outportb(LCR_UART1, 0x80); // Enable divisor access outportb(DLL_UART1, 0x0c); // set the divisor outportb(DLM_UART1, 0x00) outportb(LCR_UART1, 0x03); // Set 8,N,1 data outportb(FCR_UART1, 0x87); // Set trigger level = 8 bytes, clear & reset TX & RX outportb(IER_UART1, 0x0F); // Enable all interrupts outportb(MCR_UART1, 0x20); // Enable flow control, AFE is enabled by MCR
I hope this helps.
But i am using AM3703 omap processor. I think this has 16550 compatible uart device. But as per the data sheet AFE bit is XON in AM3703 driver. I rellay confused.
If any thing procedure you have about hardware flowcontrol in AM3703 processor please share it with me.
I want to be sure I correctly understand what you are asking for. In an earlier post you stated:
"please tell me or send me where the code for hardware flowcontrol configuration for ti16550 . Please let me know. and if avail tell me how to test flowcontrol (CTS/RTS) ."
Are you using the AM37x processor and the discrete TL16C550 UART device?
The steps I provided in my previous post were the correct steps to enable hardware flow control in the TL16C550D device.
I looked at page 2391, Section 18.104.22.168 "Hardware and Software Flow Control Configuration" in the AM/DM37x Multimedia Device Technical Reference Manual. This device has three industry standard 16C550 UART ports with options for Software or Hardware flow-control. The
If you are using the TL16C550 UART with the AM37x OMAP processor you will be limited to using hardware flow-control (/RTS & /CTS). UART1 and UART2 ports on the AM37x have the /RTS and /CTS terminals that can be connected to /CTS and /RTS, respectively, on an external UART device.
If I have misunderstood your question please let me know.
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