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PIC Microcontoller IO Routine

Pulse Width Modulation

From: Scott Dattalo

;------------------------------------------------------------
;pwm_multiple
;
;  The purpose of this routine is to generate 8 pulse width
;modulated waveforms. The algorithm consists of 9 counters
;that change the state of the pwm bits whenever they roll over.
;One of the counters, rising_edge, will drive the pwm bits
;high when it rolls over. The other 8 counters pwm0-pwm7 will
;drive their corresponding bits low when they roll over.
;
;
;RAM:
; pwm0-pwm7 - pwm counters
; rising_edge - rising edge counter
; pwm_state - current state of the pwm outputs.
;ROM
; 23 instructions
;Execution time
; 23 cycles

pwm_multiple

        CLRW                    ;Build the bit mask for turning
                                ;off the PWM outputs. Assume that
                                ;all of the outputs will be turned
                                ;off.
                                ;
        DECFSZ  pwm0,F          ;If the first counter has not reached 0
         IORLW  00000001b       ;then we don't want to turn it off.
                                ;
        DECFSZ  pwm1,F          ;Same for the second one
         IORLW  00000010b       ;
                                ;
        DECFSZ  pwm2,F          ;and so on...
         IORLW  00000100b       ;
                                ;
        DECFSZ  pwm3,F          ;
         IORLW  00001000b       ;
                                ;
        DECFSZ  pwm4,F          ;
         IORLW  00010000b       ;
                                ;
        DECFSZ  pwm5,F          ;
         IORLW  00100000b       ;
                                ;
        DECFSZ  pwm6,F          ;
         IORLW  01000000b       ;
                                ;
        DECFSZ  pwm7,F          ;
         IORLW  10000000b       ;
                                ;
                                ;
        ANDWF   pwm_state,W     ; Clear all of those pwm outputs
                                ;that have reached zero.
                                ;
        XORLW   11111111b       ;Toggle the current state.
        INCFSZ  rising_edge,F   ;If the rising edge counter has not
         XORLW  11111111b       ;rolled over then toggle them again.
                                ;Double toggle == no effect. However,
                                ;if the rising edge counter does roll
                                ;over then a single toggle will turn
                                ;the pwm bits on, unless of course the
                                ;pwm counter has just rolled over too.
                                ;
        MOVWF   pwm_state       ;Save the state
        MOVWF   PWM_PORT        ;update the outputs



Now this routine has been optimized for speed. It would be difficult (but
not impossible) to modify it to: 1) change the duty cycle on the fly and
2) have different frequencies for each pwm.

One technique is to maintain two counters for each pwm. Call them say,
rising_edge_counter and falling_edge_counter. Make the counters the same
size and do something like this:

  if(--rising_edge_counter == 0) {
    turn_PWM_on();
    rising_edge_counter = PWM_PERIOD;
  }

  if(--falling_edge_counter == 0) {
    turn_PWM_off();
    falling_edge_counter = PWM_PERIOD;
  }

In other words, every time the rising edge counter rolls over, you make
the PWM output high and when the falling edge counter rolls over you make
it low.

Now, to get duty cycle, you simply adjust the phase between the counters:

set_duty_cycle(int new_duty_cyle)
{

  falling_edge_counter = rising_edge_counter + new_duty_cyle;
  if(falling_edge_counter > PWM_PERIOD)
    falling_edge_counter -= PWM_PERIOD;
}

Now this routine assumes that the new_duty_cycle is less than the
PWM_PERIOD.

Scott

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