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Internal power up
Ring detect out
Clock gen OSC IN
Clock select 3.58 MHz, 3.68 MHz or 455 kHz VDD VSS
OSC OUT
Figure 9-3 MC145441 Caller ID chip.
power-up, the LCD reads Waiting ; then the STAMP 2 program reads in the Caller ID (CID) data, in the multiple data message format (MDMF). This format presents the number and name of the originating call. Note that the single data message format (SDMF) sends only the telephone numbers and will not work with this program in its present form. The program for this project displays the originating number on the LCD screen and stores up to 10 numbers, in the EEPROM. The system will overwrite the oldest numbers displayed as new ones are received. In order to see past numbers, you will need to press the Function A button once, or several times during a delay loop, to cycle back through the past read-ins. The program will store up to 10 numbers in the EEPROM as numbers that are considered blocked. To store a number in the EEPROM, simply press Function C and hold the button for about a second until the LED pin 2 is out. To see what numbers are blocked, cycle through the blocked numbers by depressing Function B as you did for Function A; note that the blocked numbers run from numbers 11 to 20. The blocked number will be stored at the memory location of the last read-out number as cycled from Function B. The
126 CALLER ID/BLOCKER PROJECT
Figure 9-4 Caller ID prototype.
number that is stored in the blocked memory will be the last one read out as cycled by Function A. In order to erase a number that has been blocked, you will need to hold down the Function C button until the LED on pin 2 goes out, and then momentarily press the Function B button. Notice that zeros will replace the blocked number (see Table 9-1). To turn on the call blocking feature, you will need to hold down the Function C button until the LED on pin 2 goes out. Next momentarily press the Function A button. The LCD display will cycle through Call Blocking Off, Inhibit Blocked Calls, and Connect Not Blocked Calls for each push of Function A. The last two options are nearly the same except:
1 When there is an error in data read, the first will not allow the call to go through, and
the second will not allow the call to go through.
2 When there is a call from a blocked number, the first will allow one ring (until the CID
data has been processed), while the second will not ring at all.
3 When there is a call from a not-blocked number, the second will silence the first ring.
Orient your Caller ID unit in a location where it would be most convenient for your general use. Your Caller ID is now ready to serve you!
OPERATION 127
'CID23.BS2 'this program reads in and stores caller-id data from a Motorola MC145447 'Numbers which are designated blocked, reads out numbers on a serial LCD unit 'Program Notes 'read in first world length; if #, read in #;if not # store an OTH(er) 'and fill rest of ram with ascii spaces 'tested the first (hex) word length was dec 39 for a # 'and dec 16 for out of area; I DISCARDED THIS OPTION SINCE 'read direct from MC145447 'relay is on at first 'fctc 0 (delay) -> fcta 0 -> fcta 1 -> fctc 1 = ' cycle through blocking options 'fctc 0 (delay) store cid # in blked # register 'fctc 0 (delay) -> fctb 0 -> fctb 1 -> fctc 1 = store 00s in blked numbers ' to erase a number 'fctc must be held down for a delay to prevent accidents 'start storing info with mem addr 12 'pin 15 is lcd output line 'pin 14 is data input line 'pin 13 is here we will come, data to be sent, line
'IF PIN 13 = 0, NRD, a ring has been detected, not ring detect 'IF PINS 12 OR 11 OR 9 = 0 = FCTA or FCTB or FCTC 'pin 12 is functiona input line, look at data, normally 1 'pin 11 is functionb input line, look at blocked #s, normally 1 'if pin 10 = 0 reset mem loc 0 (stored data), mem loc 1 (blocked #s) ' and come up in blocking off via nb,bi 'tie pin 10 (skip) high with resistor and be able to jump to ground ' the very first time only to set address counters to initial values 'pin 9 is functionc input line, store a blocked #, normally 1 'if you shut down or you reload the program you can save stored info 'THIS HAS FOR...NEXT EEPROM OUTPUT LOOP, SHOWS #: ########## via FUNCTION 'LIMIT 20 STORED NUMBERS 'SEE DEFINITION BELOW: DTLMT IS FOR 10 STORED #S, NUMBERED 1-10 'BLLMT IS FOR 10 BLOCKED #S, NUMBERED 11-20 'READ OUT BLOCKED NUMBERS VIA FUNCTIONB, PIN 11 'READ OUT CID NUMBERS VIA FUNCTIONA, PIN 12 'STORE NUMBERS TO BLOCK VIA FUNCTIONC, PIN 9 'pin 0 is led for read in complete test purposes only 'pin 1 is led for read out complete test purposes only 'pin 2 is led for function subroutine in operation, use a led 'pin 3 is for relay 'output "WAITING" on power up, if error, after set blocking
'SET IN/OUT input 14 : input 13 : input 12 input 11 : input 10 : input 9 'in lines low 0 : low 1 'out lines; set 2, 3 later 'DECLARE 'these are the ram spots that are read into a var byte b var byte
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