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Thread: Pin won't turn off properly
picon face BY : Stephen email (remove spam text)

I still think you are seeing a read-modify-write issue. Have you tried 2
nops between the setb and clrb? It's possible that port a has some
slightly longer propogation delays that may explain it's different
results from other ports.

Also, what type load is being driven? I high capacitive load (long
traces?) could explain this behaviour.

The PORTRD bit was added in the SX48/52 to help combat this behaviour.
It enables the port latch to be read instead of the pin (as on the
SX18/20/28), so getting around the problem of a slow ramp on an output

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