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MC908QC8CDRE Datasheet(PDF) 87 Page - Freescale Semiconductor, Inc

No. de Pieza. MC908QC8CDRE
Descripción  M68HC08 Microcontrollers
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Functional Description
MC68HC908QC16 • MC68HC908QC8 • MC68HC908QC4 Data Sheet, Rev. 5
Freescale Semiconductor
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8.3.1 Keyboard Operation
Writing to the KBIEx bits in the keyboard interrupt enable register (KBIER) independently enables or
disables each KBI pin. The polarity of the keyboard interrupt is controlled using the KBIPx bits in the
keyboard interrupt polarity register (KBIPR). Edge-only or edge and level sensitivity is controlled using
the MODEK bit in the keyboard status and control register (KBISCR).
Enabling a keyboard interrupt pin also enables its internal pullup or pulldown device based on the polarity
enabled. On falling edge or low level detection, a pullup device is configured. On rising edge or high level
detection, a pulldown device is configured.
The keyboard interrupt latch is set when one or more enabled keyboard interrupt inputs are asserted.
If the keyboard interrupt sensitivity is edge-only, for KBIPx = 0, a falling (for KBIPx = 1, a rising) edge
on a keyboard interrupt input does not latch an interrupt request if another enabled keyboard pin is
already asserted. To prevent losing an interrupt request on one input because another input remains
asserted, software can disable the latter input while it is asserted.
If the keyboard interrupt is edge and level sensitive, an interrupt request is present as long as any
enabled keyboard interrupt input is asserted.
8.3.1.1 MODEK = 1
If the MODEK bit is set, the keyboard interrupt inputs are both edge and level sensitive. The KBIPx bit will
determine whether a edge sensitive pin detects rising or falling edges and on level sensitive pins whether
the pin detects low or high levels. With MODEK set, both of the following actions must occur to clear a
keyboard interrupt request:
Return of all enabled keyboard interrupt inputs to a deasserted level. As long as any enabled
keyboard interrupt pin is asserted, the keyboard interrupt remains active.
Vector fetch or software clear. A KBI vector fetch generates an interrupt acknowledge signal to clear
the KBI latch. Software generates the interrupt acknowledge signal by writing a 1 to ACKK in KBSCR.
The ACKK bit is useful in applications that poll the keyboard interrupt inputs and require software to
clear the KBI latch. Writing to ACKK prior to leaving an interrupt service routine can also prevent
spurious interrupts due to noise. Setting ACKK does not affect subsequent transitions on the
keyboard interrupt inputs. An edge detect that occurs after writing to ACKK latches another interrupt
request. If the keyboard interrupt mask bit, IMASKK, is clear, the CPU loads the program counter with
the KBI vector address.
The KBI vector fetch or software clear and the return of all enabled keyboard interrupt pins to a
deasserted level may occur in any order.
Reset clears the keyboard interrupt request and the MODEK bit, clearing the interrupt request even if a
keyboard interrupt input stays asserted.
8.3.1.2 MODEK = 0
If the MODEK bit is clear, the keyboard interrupt inputs are edge sensitive. The KBIPx bit will determine
whether an edge sensitive pin detects rising or falling edges. A KBI vector fetch or software clear
immediately clears the KBI latch.


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