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Thread: Interrupts for SX
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Hi James
Thanks for you advices

Now the chip is not hot but
It seem that the result is still the same there is still a lot of false
trigger, have you experience this before?
i have tried with dip switch and it seems ok but when when link up with
another SX such problem occur?


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From: "James Newton. Admin 3" <.....jamesnewtonEraseMEspamRemoveMEpiclist.com>
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Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 6:39 AM
Subject: RE: [SX]: Interrupts for SX


> I've reviewed the code several times and I honestly don't see any problems
> other than the pins that are being set as inputs. IF the pins set for
input
> are not connected to anything, they could easily be oscillating rapidly
when
> the interrupt routine sends data via the TX routine.
>
> Try this: Change each unconnected pin from an input to an output. Check
the
> wiring of the connected pins for shorts (if they are outputs) or opens (if
> they are inputs) with the chip removed.
>
> Also, the hardware you are using to transmit data from the SX to the PC
via
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