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where R is the Read/_Write byte (indicating what is coming next). If this bit is set, then a read of the EEPROM at the current address pointer will take place. If a write is to take place, the read/write bit is reset. After a byte is sent, the SDA line is pulled low to indicate an acknowledgment (ACK or just A in the bitstream representations below). This bit is set low (as an acknowledgment) when the operation has completed successfully. If the acknowledgment bit is high (NACK), it does not necessarily mean there was a failure; if it is issued by the EEPROM, then it indicates a previous write has not completed. The PIC microcontroller will issue the acknowledgment to stop the EEPROM from preparing to send additional bytes out of its memory in a multibyte read. There are ve operations that can be carried out with the EEPROM that is built into the PIC12CE5xx. They are
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Current address set Current address set/data byte write Data byte read at current address Sequential (multibyte) read at current address Write completion poll
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The EEPROM in the PIC12CE5xx is only 16 bytes in size. Each byte is accessed using a 4-bit address. This address is set using a control byte, with the R bit reset followed by the address. The bitstream looks like this:
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idle Start 1010000A 0000addrA DataByteA Stop - idle
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In the second byte sent, the 0b00000addr pattern indicates that the four addr address bits become the address to set the EEPROM s internal address pointer to for subsequent operations. After the 2 bytes have been sent, the SCL and SDA lines are returned to IDLE for three cycles using the instruction
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before another operation can complete.
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The address data write is similar to the address write but does not force the two lines into IDLE mode, and it passes along a data byte before stopping the transfer:
Idle Start 10100000A 0000addrA DataByteA Stop - idle
Data bytes can be read singly or sequentially depending on the state of ACK from the PIC microcontroller to the EEPROM after reading a byte. To halt a read, when the last byte to be read has been received, the PIC microcontroller issues a NACK (or N in the bitstream listing) to indicate that the operation has completed. A single-byte read looks like this:
idle Start 10100001A DataByteN Stop idle
whereas a 2-byte read looks like this:
idle Start 10100001A DataByteA DataByteN Stop - idle
The last operation is sending dummy write control bytes to poll the EEPROM to see whether or not a byte write has completed (10 ms is required). If the write has completed, then an ACK will be returned; otherwise, a NACK will be returned. This is a pretty cursory explanation of how the PIC12CE5xx s built-in EEPROM works. In later chapters I will include a more comprehensive explanation of accessing I2C and provide you with code examples to do it. I do want to make one point on the ash15x-ASM code you will see referenced in the 12CE5xx datasheet and on the Microchip web page. This le is designed to be linked into your application and provide the necessary I2C routines to access the EEPROM memory. Unfortunately, this le is quite dif cult to set up correctly, and there are no instructions for using it. If you do want to use the ash15x.ASM le, then there are a few things to do:
1 Install it so that it occupies memory in the rst 256 bytes of the PIC microcontroller.
The le should not be put at the start of program memory because this will interfere with the PIC microcontroller s reset. 2 Declare EEADDR and EEDATA in your le register variable declarations. 3 Make sure that the #de ne emulated line is commented out. If this line is left in, code will be generated that will attempt to write to the SDA and SCL bits (which don t exist) and in the process will set all the GPIO bits to output.
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