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PMMODE Register PMMODE controls the operational modes of the PMP. 15 show the PMMODE bit configuration and bit definitions, respectively. 12: PMCON Register Bit Configuration PIC32 Microcontroller Series 35 PMADDR Register PMADDR contains address of the external device and the chip select control bits. 16 shows the PMADDR bit configuration and bit definitions. PMDOUT Register PMDOUT controls the buffered data output in slave mode. 17 shows the bit configuration and bit definitions. PMDIN This register controls the I/O data ports in 8/16-bit master mode, and input data port in 8-bit slave mode.
Secondary oscillator (SOSC) is the secondary low-speed, high-accuracy oscillator, designed for operation with a crystal of 32,768 Hz. This oscillator can be used for timer and real-time clock modules, or as the main low-speed CPU oscillator. EC is the external clock source, requiring no external crystal. A square wave signal is applied to this input at the required frequency. 5). USB clock The USB operation requires an exact 48 MHz clock. This clock can be derived in many different ways. Some of the methods are given as follows: • • An 8 MHz external crystal–driven primary clock (POSC), divided by 2 (using PLLDIV), and then multiplied by 24 to give 96 MHz.
PMSTAT This register contains the status bits when operating in buffered mode. 21 show the bit configuration and bit definitions, respectively. 6 Timers The PIC32 microcontroller supports five timers, named TIMER1–TIMER5. Timer 1 is 16-bit wide, while the other timers can be combined for 32-bit operation. In this section, we will look at the operation of Timer 1. ) Timer 1 Timer 1 is 16-bit wide that can be used in various internal and external timing and counting applications. This timer can be used in synchronous and asynchronous internal and external modes.
Digital Logic Circuit Analysis and Design by Victor P. Nelson, H. Troy Nagle, Bill D. Carroll, David Irwin