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const
iMaxRFLevel = 1023;
iMaxInXY = 21;
type TLPoint = record
sX, sY, sZ,
sNorm,
sNLC,
sAL : single;
aLighting : array [0..15] of single;
end;

//
//
//
//
//

-
-
...
-, .
-

type
TfMain = class(TForm)

private
{ Private declarations }
dtLastReceive : TDateTime;
iByteToSend
: integer;
//
wToSend
: array [0..iMaxRFLevel] of word; //
cMinStage
: Cardinal;
//
cMaxStage
: Cardinal;
//
iReceived
: integer;
bAlgResultHashed : array [1..3] of boolean;
cAlgResultHash : array [1..3,0..iMaxRFLevel] of Cardinal;
procedure recalc_lack_lighting (sLevel : single);
function get_art_light_in_point (iP : integer; c : Cardinal) : single;
function is_enough_lighting (c : Cardinal) : boolean;
function get_power (c : Cardinal) : single;
procedure ask_for_byte;
function swap_thetrades (w : word) : word;
function Process1 (sLevel : single) : Cardinal;
function Process2 (sLevel : single) : Cardinal;
function Process3 (sLevel : single) : Cardinal;
procedure FillAlgResultHash (iAlg : integer);
public
{ Public declarations }
iNumSources : integer;
// -
function GetRealLighting (iCount : integer) : single;
procedure Load_Matrix;
function Process (sLevel : single; iVariant : integer) : Cardinal;
function ProcessAndTraceRFLevel (w : word; iAlg : integer) : Cardinal;
end;
var
fMain: TfMain;
fFastLog : TextFile;
//fSlowLog : TextFile;

procedure TfMain.btCalcClick(Sender: TObject);


var sLX, sLY, sLZ, sPX, sPY, sPZ, sNX, sNY, sNZ, sL, sR, sR2, sNR2, sBeta, sAlpha :
single;
function GetLighting (sA : single) : single;
var sPrevA, sPrevL, sK : single;
begin
sA := RadToDeg (ArcCos (sA));
// alpha
tbTypeCurve.First;
sPrevA := tbTypeCurveDegree.AsFloat;
sPrevL := tbTypeCurveLighting.AsFloat;
tbTypeCurve.Next;
Result := -1;
while not tbTypeCurve.EOF do
begin

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if (sA>=sPrevA) and (sA<=tbTypeCurveDegree.AsFloat) then
begin
sK := (sA-sPrevA) / (tbTypeCurveDegree.AsFloat-sPrevA);
Result := sPrevL + (tbTypeCurveLighting.AsFloat - sPrevL) * sK;
break;
end;
sPrevA := tbTypeCurveDegree.AsFloat;
sPrevL := tbTypeCurveLighting.AsFloat;
tbTypeCurve.Next;

end;
end;
begin
//
Screen.Cursor := crHourglass;
DeleteAll (tbDeposit);
tbZone.First;
while not tbZone.EOF do
begin
tbZonePoint.First;
while not tbZonePoint.EOF do
begin
sPX := tbZonePointX.AsFloat;
sPY := tbZonePointY.AsFloat;
sPZ := tbZonePointZ.AsFloat;
sNX := tbZonePointNX.AsFloat;
sNY := tbZonePointNY.AsFloat;
sNZ := tbZonePointNZ.AsFloat;
tbSource.First;
while not tbSource.EOF do
begin
tbType.FindKey ([tbSourceType_No.AsInteger]);
//------------------ -----------------------sL := 0;
tbSourceLighter.First;
while not tbSourceLighter.EOF do
begin
sLX := tbSourceLighterX.AsFloat;
sLY := tbSourceLighterY.AsFloat;
sLZ := tbSourceLighterZ.AsFloat;
//
sR2 := sqr(sLX-sPX) + sqr(sLY-sPY) + sqr(sLZ-sPZ);
sR := sqrt(sR2);
//

sNR2 := sqr(sLX-sNX) + sqr(sLY-sNY) + sqr(sLZ-sNZ);
//
sBeta := (sR2+1-sNR2) / 2 / sR;
// , ,

sAlpha := (sLZ-sPZ) / sR;
//
sL := sL + GetLighting(sAlpha)*sBeta/sR2;
tbSourceLighter.Next;
end;
tbDeposit.Append;
tbDepositPoint_No.Assign (tbZonePointNo);
tbDepositSource_No.Assign (tbSourceNo);
tbDepositLighting.AsFloat := sL;
tbDeposit.Post;
//----------------------------------------------------------------tbSource.Next;
end;
tbZonePoint.Next;
end;
tbZone.Next;
end;
Screen.Cursor := crDefault;
end;
function TfMain.GetRealLighting (iCount : integer) : single;
var i : integer; s : single;
begin
Result := 0;
if iCount<=iLightInX[0] then
Result := iLightInY[0]
else if iCount>=iLightInX[iMaxInXY] then
Result := 0
else
for i:=0 to iMaxInXY-1 do
if (iLightInX[i]<=iCount) and (iCount<iLightInX[i+1]) then
begin

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end;

end;

s := (iCount-iLightInX[i]) / (iLightInX[i+1]-iLightInX[i]);
Result := iLightInY[i] - (iLightInY[i]-iLightInY[i+1]) * s;
break;

// - .. = sLevel
procedure TfMain.recalc_lack_lighting (sLevel : single);
var pt : TLPoint; iP : integer;
begin
for iP:=0 to rsdcPoint.High do
begin
pt := TLPoint (rsdcPoint[iP]^);
pt.sAL := pt.sNorm - sLevel * pt.sNLC;
TLPoint (rsdcPoint[iP]^) := pt;
end;
end;
function TfMain.get_art_light_in_point (iP : integer; c : Cardinal) : single;
var pt : TLPoint; iR : integer;
begin
pt := TLPoint (rsdcPoint[iP]^);
Result := 0;
for iR:=0 to iNumSources-1 do
Result := Result + pt.aLighting[iR] * aLightingCoeffs [(c shr (iR*4)) and 15];
end;
// - = c
function TfMain.is_enough_lighting (c : Cardinal) : boolean;
var pt : TLPoint; iP : integer;
begin
Result := TRUE;
for iP:=0 to rsdcPoint.High do
begin
pt := TLPoint (rsdcPoint[iP]^);
if get_art_light_in_point(iP,c) < pt.sAL then
begin
Result := FALSE;
break;
end;
end;
end;
// .
function TfMain.get_power (c : Cardinal) : single;
var iR : integer;
begin
Result := 0;
for iR:=0 to iNumSources-1 do
Result := Result + aCurrentCoeffs [(c shr (iR*4)) and 15];
end;
function TfMain.Process1 (sLevel : single) : Cardinal;
var sPower, sBestPower : single;
c, cBestStage : Cardinal;
//
// optimisation <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
cT
: Cardinal;
bT
: byte;
aAl : array [0..15] of single;
aDep : array [0..15,0..15] of single;
pt
: TLPoint;
iP, iR, iNumPoints : integer;
bEnough : boolean;
s : single;
// optimisation >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
begin
// optimisation <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
iNumPoints := rsdcPoint.High+1;
for iP:=0 to iNumPoints-1 do
begin
pt := TLPoint (rsdcPoint[iP]^);
aAl[iP] := pt.sAL;
for iR:=0 to iNumSources-1 do
aDep[iP,iR] := pt.aLighting[iR];
end;
// optimisation >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
//
sBestPower := 10e38;
cBestStage := cMaxStage;
c := cMinStage;

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while c > cMaxStage do
begin
// optimisation <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
// get the power
sPower := 0;
cT := c;
for iR:=0 to iNumSources-1 do
begin
bT := cT and 15;
sPower := sPower + aCurrentCoeffs [bT];
cT := cT shr 4;
end;
if sPower < sBestPower then
begin
// check if it is enough
bEnough := TRUE;
for iP:=0 to iNumPoints-1 do
begin
if aAL[iP]>0 then
begin
s := 0;
cT := c;
for iR:=0 to iNumSources-1 do
begin
bT := cT and 15;
s := s + aDep[iP,iR] * aLightingCoeffs [bT];
cT := cT shr 4;
end;
if s < aAL[iP] then
begin
bEnough := FALSE;
break;
end;
end;
end;
if bEnough then
begin
cBestStage := c;
sBestPower := sPower;
end;
end;
// optimisation >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
{
sPower := get_power(c);
if (sPower < sBestPower) and is_enough_lighting (c) then
begin
cBestStage := c;
sBestPower := sPower;
end;
}
Dec (c);
if (c and $FFFFFF) = $FFFFFF then
Caption := IntToStr(c shr 24);

end;

end;
Result := cBestStage;

function TfMain.Process2 (sLevel : single) : Cardinal;


var i,
iL,
//
iGr,
//
iOn,
//
iFirst : integer; //
c : Cardinal;
//
// iOn iGr, iFirst- ( iL)
1 !
function set_stage (iOn, iGr, iFirst, iL : integer) : Cardinal;
var iLgr, iLon, iNo, iPos, i : integer;
begin
Result := cMinStage;
// ( 0)
for iLgr:=0 to iNumSources div iGr do
// ( 0)
for iLon:=0 to iOn-1 do
begin
//
iNo := (iFirst+iLon) mod iGr;
// ,
iPos := (iLgr*iGr+iNo)*4;
//

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if iLgr*iGr+iNo < iNumSources then
// -
for i:=0 to 3 do
MoveBit (Result, iPos+i, GetBit(iL,i));

end;
end;
begin
Result := cMaxStage;
for i:=-(iNumSources-2) to iNumSources-1
do
// i:
-2,-1,0,1,2,3
begin
if i>0 then iOn :=
i+1
// iOn:
1,1,1,2,3,4
else iOn :=
1;
// ... ...
iGr := min (abs(i) + 2,
iNumSources);
// iGr:
4,3,2,3,4,4
for iFirst:=0 to iGr-1
do
// iFirst:
0..3,0..2,0..1,0..2,0..3,0..3
begin
for iL:=15 downto 0 do
//
begin
// iL iOn iGr, iFirst-
c := set_stage (iOn, iGr, iFirst, iL);
//if iL=0 then
//begin
//
mm.Lines.Add (Format ('%d %d, %d (%d)', [iOn, iGr,
iFirst, iL]));
//
mm.Lines.Add (Format ('%.16X', [c]));
//end;
// ,
if is_enough_lighting(c) then
begin
Result := c;
Exit;
end;
end;
end;
end;
end;
function TfMain.Process3 (sLevel : single) : Cardinal;
var pt : TLPoint;
iP, iR, i, r, iMax, rMax : integer;
sC, sCMax, sArtLight : single;
c : Cardinal;
//
begin
c := cMinStage;
// ,

while not (is_enough_lighting(c) or (c=cMaxStage)) do
begin
sCMax := -MAXSINGLE;
//
for i:=0 to iNumSources-1 do
// ,
$F
for r:=0 to $E do
//
if ((c shr (i*4)) and 15) > r then
begin
// C i
r
sC := 0;
for iP:=0 to rsdcPoint.High do
begin
pt := TLPoint (rsdcPoint[iP]^);
// . ?
sArtLight := 0;
for iR:=0 to iNumSources-1 do
if iR<>i then
sArtLight := sArtLight + pt.aLighting[iR] * aLightingCoeffs [(c
shr (iR*4)) and 15];
//
if pt.sAL - sArtLight < 0 then
sC := sC + 1
else
sC := sC + min (pt.aLighting[i] * aLightingCoeffs [r] / (pt.sAL sArtLight), 1);

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end;
sC := sC/aCurrentCoeffs[r];
//mm.Lines.Add (Format ('i=%d r=%d sC=%.3f', [i,r,sC]));
// ,

if sC>sCmax then
begin
sCmax := sC;
iMax := i;
rMax := r;
end;
end;

end;
end;

// S[iMax] := rMax
MoveBit (c, iMax*4,
MoveBit (c, iMax*4+1,
MoveBit (c, iMax*4+2,
MoveBit (c, iMax*4+3,

GetBit(rMax,0));
GetBit(rMax,1));
GetBit(rMax,2));
GetBit(rMax,3));

Result := c;

function TfMain.Process (sLevel : single; iVariant : integer) : Cardinal;


begin
recalc_lack_lighting (sLevel);
if is_enough_lighting (cMinStage) then
begin
Result := cMinStage;
Exit;
end;
if not is_enough_lighting (cMaxStage) then
begin
Result := cMaxStage;
//mm.lines.add ('not enough');
Exit;
end;
case iVariant of
1: Result := Process1 (sLevel);
2: Result := Process2 (sLevel);
3: Result := Process3 (sLevel);
end;
end;
procedure TfMain.Load_Matrix;
var pt : TLPoint; iT : Int64;
begin
//
rsdcPoint.Clear;
tbZonePoint.MasterSource := nil;
tbZonePoint.First;
while not tbZonePoint.EOF do
begin
FillChar (pt, sizeof(pt), 0);
pt.sX := tbZonePoint.FieldByName('X').AsFloat;
pt.sY := tbZonePoint.FieldByName('Y').AsFloat;
pt.sZ := tbZonePoint.FieldByName('Z').AsFloat;
pt.sNorm := 100{tbZonePoint.FieldByName('Norm').AsFloat};
pt.sNLC := tbZonePoint.FieldByName('NLC').AsFloat;
//
tbDeposit.Filter := 'Point_No='+tbZonePointNo.AsString;
tbDeposit.Filtered := TRUE;
tbDeposit.First;
while not tbDeposit.EOF do
begin
pt.aLighting[tbDepositSource_Ord_No.AsInteger] :=
tbDeposit.FieldByName('Lighting').AsFloat;
tbDeposit.Next;
end;
tbDeposit.Filtered := FALSE;

end;

rsdcPoint.Add (pt);
tbZonePoint.Next;

//
iNumSources := tbSource.RecordCount;
//
iT := (Int64(1) shl (iNumSources*4)) - 1;

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end;

cMinStage := iT;
cMaxStage := 0;
tbZonePoint.MasterSource := dsZone;

function TfMain.swap_thetrades (w : word) : word;


begin
Result := (w and $F000 shr 12) or (w and $F00 shr 4) or (w and $F0 shl 4) or (w and
$F shl 12);
end;

procedure TfMain.btLoadClick(Sender: TObject);


var w : word;
dt : TDateTime;
begin
Screen.Cursor := crHourGlass;
mm.Lines.Clear;
// -
Load_Matrix;
// - 1-
FillAlgResultHash (1);
// ( )
dt := Now;
for w:=0 to iMaxRFLevel do
ProcessAndTraceRFLevel (w, StrToInt(edMultiplier.Text));
mm.Lines.Add (TimeToStr(Now-dt));

end;

//
iByteToSend := 0;
Screen.Cursor := crDefault;
//tmSendData.Enabled := TRUE;

156


; =================================================================================
LIST P=16C84, F=INHX8M
__CONFIG 3FFA
; 5 :
; 1 - code protection off
; 1 - power-up timer enabled
; 0 - WDT disabled
; 10 - HS oscillator
; =================================================================================
; PIC
INDF
EQU
0
TMR0
EQU
1
STATUS EQU
3
FSR
EQU
4
PortA
EQU
5
PortB
EQU
6
INTCON EQU
0Bh
OPTREG EQU
81h
TRISA
EQU
85h
TRISB
EQU
86h
;
CARRY
ZERO
RP0
T0IF
INTF
F
W

PIC
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU

;
iCnt
EQU
TxByte EQU
RxByte EQU
TLo
EQU
THi
EQU
Level EQU
16h...19h)
BLo
EQU
BHi
EQU
RTlenLo
RTlenHi
RTprLo EQU
RTprHi EQU
FLAG
EQU
TLoPrev
trCnt EQU

;
;
;
;
;
;
;

carry flag
zero flag
bank select flag
timer int. flag
PB0 int. flag
instruction destinations

0CH
0DH
0EH
014h
015h
016h

;
;
;
;
;
;


, RS-232
, RS232

01Ah
01Bh
EQU
01Ch
EQU
01Dh
01Eh
01Fh
020h
EQU
021h
022h

;
;
; R2T-
;
; R2T-
;
;

5
2
1

0
2

1
0

; I2C
ERCODE EQU
02Bh
ADDR
EQU
02Ch
SLAVE
EQU
02Dh
TXBUF
EQU
02Eh
RXBUF
EQU
02Fh

;
;
;
;
;

; FLAG
#define
ERR1
FLAG,0
#define
prevRT FLAG,1

#define
prevPr FLAG,2

#define
eepromI
FLAG,6
#define
eepromO
FLAG,7
;
#define
ModePin
PortA,4
#define
RT
PortA,3
#define
ZD
PortB,0

(1010xxx0)


; I2C
;

R2T-

1024-

; 6- TLo,
; EEPROM
; EEPROM
;
; R2T-
; Zero Detector

157
#define
#define
#define SCL
#define
#define

RxD
PortA,3
TxD
PortB,3
PortA,0
SDA
PortA,1
Monitor
PortB,2

;
#define
#define
#define
#define
#define
#define

BANK0
BANK1
SkIfZ
SkIfNZ
SkIfC
SkIfNC

;
Move
MACRO
movf
movwf
endm

; RS232-
; RS232-
; I2C clock
; I2C data
; DEBUG pin

bcf STATUS,RP0
bsf STATUS,RP0
btfss STATUS,ZERO
btfsc STATUS,ZERO
btfss STATUS,CARRY
btfsc STATUS,CARRY

dst, src
src,W
dst

MoveCon
movlw
movwf
endm

MACRO
con
dst

MoveBit
btfss
bcf
btfsc
bsf
endm

MACRO dst, dstbit, src, srcbit


src,srcbit
dst,dstbit
src,srcbit
dst,dstbit

GoIfNEq
movf
subwf
btfss
goto
movf
subwf
btfss
goto
endm

MACRO Hi1,Lo1,Hi2,Lo2,LabToGo
Lo1,W
Lo2,W
STATUS,ZERO
LabToGo
Hi1,W
Hi2,W
STATUS,ZERO
LabToGo

Inc16

Hi,Lo
Lo,F
STATUS,CARRY
Hi,F

MACRO
incf
btfsc
incf
endm

dst, con

OffIfNZ
Move
IF
swapf
ENDIF
andlw
btfss
bcf
endm

MACRO ChanNo
BLo,Level+ChanNo/2
ChanNo % 2 == 0
BLo,W

OnChan MACRO
Move
Move
rrf
rrf
rrf
rrf
rrf
rrf
rrf
rrf
rrf
rrf
rrf
rrf
Move
IF
swapf
ENDIF
andlw
subwf
SkIfZ

ChanNo,NextLbl
BLo,TLo
BHi,THi
BHi,F
BLo,F
BHi,F
BLo,F
BHi,F
BLo,F
BHi,F
BLo,F
BHi,F
BLo,F
BHi,F
BLo,F
BHi,Level+ChanNo/2
ChanNo % 2 == 0
BHi,W

; BLo = Level [ChanNo / 2] (1- 2- )

0Fh
STATUS,ZERO
PortB,4+ChanNo

0Fh
BLo,W

; BLo = T / 64

; W = Level [ChanNo / 2] (1- 2- )

; W = BLo
;

158
goto
movf
sublw
SkIfNZ
goto
bsf
ENDM

NextLbl
BLo,W
0Fh
NextLbl
PortB,4+ChanNo

; W = BLo
;
; 15 <> W
;

"1"

SkIfNE MACRO F1,F2


movf
F1,W
subwf F2,W
SkIfNZ
endm
SkIfG

MACRO F1,F2
movf
F1,W
subwf F2,W
SkIfNC
endm

GoIfBE MACRO
btfss
goto
btfsc
goto
goto
f1is0: btfss
goto
endGIBE:nop
endm
ChIfCS MACRO
MOVLW
BTFSS
CALL
endm
ChIfSS MACRO
MOVLW
BTFSS
CALL
endm
ChAckC MACRO
MOVLW
BTFSC
CALL
endm

f1,b1,f2,b2,LabToGo
f1,b1
f1is0
f2,b2
LabToGo
endGIBE
f2,b2
LabToGo

1
SCL
ERR
ErrCode
ErrCode
SDA
ERR

3
eepromI
ERR

; =================================================================================
org
0
goto
main
; =================================================================================
org
4
goto
begINT
; =================================================================================
; DELAY
; 8 MHz:
; : 1000000[] / 115200[] = 8.68[]
; - 3 , - 5, .. 4
; .., - 4.68 ( - 2.34 )
; =================================================================================
COM_Del:return

;
main: BANK1
MoveCon TRISA,B'00011000' ; PortA usage (0-out, 1-in)
MoveCon TRISB,B'00000001'
; PortB usage (0-out, 1-in)
MoveCon
OPTREG,B'11000011'
; 1 - disable PortB pull-ups
; 1 - interrupt on up edge
; 0 - internal timer
; x
; 0 - prescaler assigned to the timer
; 011 - prescaler is 1:16 (increment every 8 us)
BANK0
btfsc ModePin
;
goto
mLoad

159
;--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------mWork: MoveCon
Level,0FFh
; (ModePin = 0)
MoveCon
Level+1,0FFh
;
clrf
RTlenLo
; RTlen = 0
clrf
RTlenHi
;
clrf
RTprLo
; RTpr = 0
clrf
RTprHi
;
clrf
trCnt
; trCnt = 0
bsf
prevRT
; prevRT = 1
MoveCon
INTCON,B'10010000'
; 1 - global interrupt enable
; 0 - EE int. disable
; 0 - TMR0 int. disable
; 1 - RB0/INT int. enable
; 0 - RB change int. disable
; 000 - reset all int. flags
loop: goto
loop
;--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------mLoad: clrf
INTCON
; (ModePin = 1)
mLoop: call
getch
;
btfsc RxByte,0
; = 0, -
goto
mRead
mWrite:
Move
call
Move
call
Move
call
goto

call
getch
SLAVE,RxByte
getch
ADDR,RxByte
getch
TxByte,RxByte
WRBYTE
mLoop

; SLAVE
;
; ADDR
;
;
;
; EEPROM

mRead: call
Move
call
Move
call
Move
call
goto

getch
SLAVE,RxByte
getch
ADDR,RxByte
RDBYTE
TxByte,RxByte
putch
mLoop

;
;
;
;
;
;
;

SLAVE
ADDR
read back data
RS232

;
ProcCh:
MoveBit
prevPr,TLo,6
OnChan 0,ch1
ch1:
OnChan 1,ch2
ch2:
OnChan 2,ch3
ch3:
OnChan 3,endPRC
endPRC:
return
;
MyDel: MoveCon
iCnt,040h
md1:
decfsz iCnt,F
goto
md1
return
;
Trans: MoveCon
TxByte,055h
call
putch
Move
TxByte,RTlenLo
call
putch
Move
TxByte,RTlenHi
call
putch
Move
TxByte,Level
call
putch
Move
TxByte,Level+1
call
putch
Move
TxByte,SLAVE
call
putch
Move
TxByte,ADDR
call
putch
movf
addwf
addwf
addwf
addwf
addwf
movwf
call
return

RTlenLo,W
RTlenHi,W
Level,W
Level+1,W
SLAVE,W
ADDR,W
TxByte
putch

160
;
begINT:
btfsc ZD
retfie
;
bcf
Monitor
OffIfNZ
0
OffIfNZ
1
OffIfNZ
2
OffIfNZ
3
clrf
TMR0
clrf
TLo
clrf
THi
clrf
TLoPrev
bcf
prevPr

;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;

;[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[
loopT: SkIfNE TMR0,TLo
;
goto
loopT
;
Move

TLo,TMR0

btfsc
goto
btfsc
goto
bsf
Move
Move

RT
loop3
prevRT
loop3
prevRT
RTlenLo,TLo
RTlenHi,THi

; RT-
;

loop3: SkIfG
goto
incf
btfsc
goto

TLoPrev,TLo
Loop1
THi,F
THi,2
endInt

; TLo

;
;
;

;
;
;

RTlen = T


1024-

Loop1: GoIfBE TLo,6,prevPr,Loop2


; 6- TLo
call
ProcCh
;

bsf
Monitor
Loop2: Move
TLoPrev,TLo
; TLoPrev = TLo
goto
loopT
;
;]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]
endInt:
MoveBit
prevRT,RT

btfss prevRT
; RT=1
goto
eInt1
;
MoveCon
RTlenLo,0FFh
;
MoveCon
RTlenHi,3
;

RT-

RTlen = 1023

eInt1: MoveCon
SLAVE,0A0h
; SLAVE
MoveBit
SLAVE,3,RTlenHi,1
MoveBit
SLAVE,2,RTlenHi,0
MoveBit
SLAVE,1,RTlenLo,7
rlf
RTlenLo,W
; ADDR
movwf ADDR
bcf
ADDR,0
call
RDBYTE
; 2 Level
Move
Level,RxByte
incf
ADDR,F
call
RDBYTE
Move
Level+1,RxByte
;l0:
movf

;
subwf
;
SkIfNZ
;
goto
;
movf
;
subwf
;
SkIfNZ
;
goto
;
call
;l1:
Move
;
Move

RTlenLo,W

RTprLo,W
l1
RTlenHi,W
RTprHi,W
l1
Trans
RTprHi,RTlenHi
RTprLo,RTlenLo

incf
trCnt,F
2.56 c
SkIfNZ
call
Trans
bcf
INTCON,INTF
retfie

; RTpr = RTlen
;
;

;
; :

161
END

162
-4.1

ComCode
Slave
Addr
DataByte
i
T
Timer

/ EEPROM
EEPROM I2C-
EEPROM (
EEPROM)

EEPROM

EEPROM)

Level 0

( 4

Level 7
Port 0 Port 7

RT

, R-T-

RT Prev

RT len
T Prev
Count tr

R-T-

1024-
R-T-