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'Ports And Clocks Inputs'
1997\07\31@143713 by Tejpal Singh

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Hi,

I am using the PIC 17cxx series.  I want to use the pin 15(RB4/TCLK12) as
the external clock input for the timer 1.  If I do this by setting the
appropriate bits in the Timer1 configuration registers, will the Port B
peripheral interrupt still cause an interrupt on every change in level of
the external clock signal, as every port B pin configured in the input mode
causes an interrupt on the change in level. I also want the other port B
pins to cause on the level change.

Do I also have to configure the pin for the input mode?

TIA.


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Tejpal Singh,
River Run Software Group
4815 Emperor Blvd. #100
DURHAM, NC 27703 (USA)
Ph#  (919) 941-0722
Fax# (919) 941-0527
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'Ports And Clocks Inputs'
1997\08\01@104213 by Tejpal Singh
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Hi,

I am using the PIC 17cxx series.  I want to use the pin 15(RB4/TCLK12) as
the external clock input for the timer 1.  If I do this by setting the
appropriate bits in the Timer1 configuration registers, will the Port B
peripheral interrupt still cause an interrupt on every change in level of
the external clock signal, as every port B pin configured in the input mode
causes an interrupt on the change in level. I also want the other port B
pins to cause on the level change.

Do I also have to configure the pin for the input mode?

TIA.

-------------------------
Tejpal Singh,
River Run Software Group
4815 Emperor Blvd. #100
DURHAM, NC 27703 (USA)
Ph#  (919) 941-0722
Fax# (919) 941-0527
-------------------------

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