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Thread: Interrupts for SX
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Hi
Final got it to work but I do not know whether the way I have use is the
correct way

What I did is that I disable the Interrupt when I am in the ISR and enable
it before exiting the ISR.
After doing this every thing is ok and there is no false trigger
but is this the correct way?

Regards


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Subject: Re: [SX]: Interrupts for SX


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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
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