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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

IR (Infrared) Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : LAST PART

PART 1 : Basic Introduction 

PART 2 : Interrupt 

PART 3 : Timer

PART 4 : Calculation

PART 5 : LED Switching Project [END]

 

IR Controlled LED Switching : 5th & LAST PART



I have to make it quick and i think we have got all required information. I ain't going to describe source code . You have to help yourself. It has become already too long .
I can honestly say that I tried my best. Today I am going to finish this series and it's the last part.

So first of all, take a look on calculation part.

Final Calculation :

 

To identify each bit uniquely, we will use another calculation method. You may use as you want. I ain't going to use millisecond. You can use millisecond or microsecond if you want. 

If you want to use millisecond to measure pulse , then for logical 0 you get (562us_on+562us_off)=1.124ms. and for logical 1 you get (562us_on+1687us_off)=2.249ms.

You know, for each task  microcontroller needs time. That's why reading can be varied from calculation. So if you use integer number, you will get 1ms for logical 0 and 2ms for 1. By applying this you may successfully able to make it. Alright.


Now I am going to show about my method that was used on my project:

we know that , 1secon means=750000 pulses. Alright.
So, 1000ms means=750000 pulses and 1000000us means=750000 pulses.

 Now, 1000000us means=750000 pulse
 and   1us     ,,  = (750000/1000000)=0.75 pulses
 and  562us   ,,   =(0.75*562)=421.5=421 pulses

Again,
So, 1000000us means=750000 pulse
 and   1us     ,,  = (750000/1000000)=0.75 pulses
 and  1687us   ,,   =(0.75*1687)=1265.25=1265 pulses



So, for logical 1 :

(562+1687) or (421.5+1265.75)=1686 pulses

Now , we know 255 pulses means 1 interrupt or Count=1 .
 So ,                      1    ,,     ,,    (1/255)
 So ,                    1686   ,,     ,,   (1686/255)=6.62

So, we can say 6.62 interrupts means logical 1. In coding we I will use 5 or 6 or 7 to identify logical 1 in proteus.



So, for logical 0 :


(562+562) or (421.5+421.5)=843 pulses

Now , we know 255 pulses means 1 interrupt or Count=1 .
 So ,          1    ,,     ,,  (1/255) or count=(1/255)
 so ,        843   ,,     ,,   (843/255)=3.31 or count=3

So, we can say 3.31 interrupts means logical 0. In coding we I will use 2 or 3 or 4 to identify logical 0 in proteus.
By using this technique, from count variable we can identify logical 1 or logical 0.



***Transmitter Section(Important):


 In source code of transmitter , 4 commands are used .

  

  #define command_2 0x81 or 10000001
  #define command_3 0x42 or 01000010
  #define command_4 0xC3 or 11000011
  #define command_5 0x24 or 00100100 



Here blue color represents 4bit command and red color represents reverse order of the main 4bit command (blue colored).To avoid noise and to achieve clear signal we need this.



Consider that we have main 4bit command 0001.So the reverse command should be 1000 command .Now we have to attach these and that will be 10000001. Finally we get 8bit command in which a main command and a reverse of that command are saved .


Now We need some knowledge about PWM(Pulse Width Modulation)


We will use PWM to generate 36KHz pulse and that's why we will connect positive(+) pin of Transmitter unit  Microcontroller's  CPP1 pin . Because using that pin of Microcontroller will generate 36KHz pulse .

PWM1_Init(36000); will set up the CPP1 pin for PWM .

PWM1_Set_Duty(127); 

set_duty(127) used to provide same for both ON and OFF .That means (T/2) time it will ON and (T/2) time it will OFF .If we use set_duty(255) , then total Time period (T) will be remain ON. If we use set_duty(0) , then total Time period (T) will be remain OFF.    
Look at this photo.
IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : LAST PART ( END )

IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : LAST PART ( END )
IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : LAST PART ( END )
IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : LAST PART ( END )
IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : LAST PART ( END )
IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : LAST PART ( END )
IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : LAST PART ( END )

 

Again look at another picture given below

  Here in if statement , an AND operation performed between Command and 0x01 . We are using this to identify each bit of data command.
Suppose , our command is 10000001 and 0x01=00000001.So ,when an AND operation performs the result will be like this.

IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : LAST PART ( END )
Shifting Operation in Programming

Shifting Operation in Programming
Shifting Operation in Programming

 

So, if result is 1 ,then the related bit is 1 and delay should be 1687us.

So, if result is 0 ,then the related bit is 0 and delay should be 562us.

 

***Receiver Section(Important):

Here this part of code is comparing that Data signal commands received in receiver unit are correct .


   if(val[7]==val[0]){  
    txt[7]=val[7];  
   }  
   if(val[6]==val[1]){  
    txt[6]=val[6];  
   }  
   if(val[5]==val[2]){  
    txt[5]=val[5];  
   }  
   if(val[4]==val[3]){  
    txt[4]=val[4];  
  }  

   if(txt[4]=='0' && txt[5]=='0' && txt[6]=='0' && txt[7]=='1') {  
     PORTB.F6=1;  
     PORTB.F5=0;  
     PORTB.F4=0;  
     PORTB.F3=0;  
   }  


 When microcontroller understands about the 4bit command "0001" , consequently it turns ON RB6 pin or First LED .  

# IR-Controlled LED Switching in Proteus 8.

Source Code :

Transmitter:

 


 #define address  0xff  
  #define command_1 0xFF  
  #define command_2 0x81  
  #define command_3 0x42  
  #define command_4 0xC3  
  #define command_5 0x24  
 unsigned int i=0,j=0;  
 void repeat(){  
 PWM1_Start();  
 delay_us(8000);  
 PWM1_Stop();  
 delay_us(8000);  
 }  
  send_data_byte(unsigned char dattt){  
   PWM1_init(36000);  
 PWM1_Set_Duty(127);  
  for(j=0;j<8;j++){  
 PWM1_Start();  
 delay_us(562);  
 PWM1_Stop();  
  if(dattt & 0x01){  
  delay_us(1687);  
  dattt=dattt>>1;  
  }  
 else  
  {  
  delay_us(562);  
   dattt=dattt>>1;  
  }  
  }  
 PWM1_Stop();  
  }  
  void send_data_command(unsigned char dat){  
  PWM1_init(36000);  
 PWM1_Set_Duty(127);  
 PWM1_Start();  
 delay_us(9000);  
 PWM1_Stop();  
 delay_us(4500);  
  send_data_byte(dat);  
  repeat();  
  }  
 void main() {  
 ADCON1=0x0F;  // disable ADC converter  
 CMCON=7; // to disable comparator  
 TRISA.F0=1;  
 TRISA.F1=1;  
 TRISA.F2=1;  
 TRISA.F3=1;  
 TRISC.F2=0;  
  
  PORTC.F2=0;  
 while(1){  
  if(PORTA.F0==0){  
 send_data_command(command_2);  
 while(PORTA.F0==0){  
 repeat();  
 }  
  }  
  if(PORTA.F1==0){  
 send_data_command(command_3);  
 while(PORTA.F1==0){  
 repeat();  
 }  
  }  
   if(PORTA.F2==0){  
 send_data_command(command_4);  
 while(PORTA.F2==0){  
 repeat();  
 }  
  }  
    if(PORTA.F3==0){  
 send_data_command(command_5);  
 while(PORTA.F3==0){  
 repeat();  
 }  
  }  
 }  
 }  

 

Receiver

 

 unsigned int count=0,sgnal=0;  
 int i=7,j=0,xr=0;  
 char txt[]="........";  
 char val[]="........";  
 void timer_routin(){  
 count++;  
  if(count>0xFF){  
   count=0;  
   TMR0L=0;  
  }  
 }  

 void interrupt()  
 {  
 if(INTCON.TMR0IF){  
  timer_routin();  
  INTCON.TMR0IF=0;  
 }  
 if(INTCON.INT0IF){  
  
  xr=count;  
  count=0;  
  TMR0L=0;  
   if(i<0){ i=7; }  
  if(xr==3){ // you may use if(xr==3||xr==4||xr==2){...}
   val[i]='0';  
   i--;  
   if(i<0){ i=7; }  
  }  
  else if(xr==6){  // you may use if(xr==5||xr==6||xr==7){...}
   val[i]='1';  
  i--;  
   if(i<0){ i=7; }  
  }  
  else{  
         /// For start signal or Repeat signal , i=0 and start to count  
   TMR0L=0;  
   i=7;  
   count=0;  
  }  
  INTCON.INT0IF=0;  
 }  
 }  
 void main()  
 {  
  ADCON1=0x0F;  
  CMCON=7;  
   TRISB=0x01;  
   PORTB.F6=0;  
    PORTB.F5=0;  
    PORTB.F4=0;  
    PORTB.F3=0;  
    T0CON=0xC1;  
  TMR0L=0;  
  INTCON.GIE=1;  
  INTCON.PEIE=1;  
  INTCON.TMR0IE=1;  
  INTCON.INT0IE=1;  
  INTCON.TMR0IF=0;  
  INTCON.INT0IF=0;  
  INTCON2.RBPU=1; // DISABLE PULUP REGISTER  
  INTCON2.INTEDG0=0;  
  while(1){  
  if(val[7]==val[0]){  
   txt[7]=val[7];  
  }  
  if(val[6]==val[1]){  
   txt[6]=val[6];  
  }  
  if(val[5]==val[2]){  
   txt[5]=val[5];  
  }  
  if(val[4]==val[3]){  
   txt[4]=val[4];  
  }  
 if(txt[4]=='0' && txt[5]=='0' && txt[6]=='0' && txt[7]=='1') {  
    PORTB.F6=1;  
    PORTB.F5=0;  
    PORTB.F4=0;  
    PORTB.F3=0;  
  }  
 if(txt[4]=='0' && txt[5]=='0' && txt[6]=='1' && txt[7]=='0') {  
    PORTB.F6=0;  
    PORTB.F5=1;  
    PORTB.F4=0;  
    PORTB.F3=0;  
  }  
 if(txt[4]=='0' && txt[5]=='0' && txt[6]=='1' && txt[7]=='1') {  
    PORTB.F6=0;  
    PORTB.F5=0;  
    PORTB.F4=1;  
    PORTB.F3=0;  
  }  
 if(txt[4]=='0' && txt[5]=='1' && txt[6]=='0' && txt[7]=='0') {  
    PORTB.F6=0;  
    PORTB.F5=0;  
    PORTB.F4=0;  
    PORTB.F3=1;  
  }  
  }  
 }  



Proteus Circuit :

IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : LAST PART ( END )


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In this series tutorial, I had to work hard and It was really tough. Hope you will be able to make it by yourself.

Thank You!


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