Callback function use in Usart

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Hi,

I want to use callback function when RX interrupt occur in USART.

Just print any values after Rx interrupt.

Thanks

harman

Last Edited: Sat. Nov 19, 2016 - 07:27 AM
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This has NOTHING to do with Studio bugs which this forum is for, I'll move the thread. No idea which chip you are using so I'll move it to the mega and tiny forum for now.

John Samperi

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Callbacks from ISRs are not a great idea. Just buffer the received data somewhere and if necessary set a flag to the foreground consumer code. 

 

If you do callback from an ISR the called code will run in the context of the interrupted disabled ISR. 

 

On AVR Tiny/Mega where there are no interrupt priorities you need all your ISRs to complete in microseconds. 

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We have to do something 'registration' to buffer or at receiver side?

harman

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sp_usa1 wrote:

We have to do something 'registration' to buffer or at receiver side?

Sorry, I have no idea what you mean by that - please explain.

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Google "ring buffer" or perhaps "FIFO". Almost every interrupt driven AVR UART TX/RX is based on FIFOs

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clawson wrote:

Google "ring buffer" or perhaps "FIFO". 

aka "Circular Buffer"

 

Almost every interrupt driven AVR UART TX/RX is based on FIFOs

And not just AVRs: almost every interrupt driven UART TX/RX is based on FIFOs!

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I want to transmit and receive data by using TX and RX interrupt in USART,for interfacing of atmega32

 

harman

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Please post sample code for Usart for receiption and transmission.

harman

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Try the tutorial forum.