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FreeRTOS V8.2.2 - Copyright (C) 2015 Real Time Engineers Ltd.
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/* High speed timer test as described in main.c. */
/* Scheduler includes. */
#include "FreeRTOS.h"
/* Demo includes. */
#include "partest.h"
/* The number of interrupts to pass before we start looking at the jitter. */
#define timerSETTLE_TIME 5
/* The maximum value the 16bit timer can contain. */
#define timerMAX_COUNT 0xffff
* Measure the time between this interrupt and the previous interrupt to
* calculate the timing jitter. Remember the maximum value the jitter has
* ever been calculated to be.
static void prvCalculateAndStoreJitter( void );
/* The maximum time (in processor clocks) between two consecutive timer
interrupts so far. */
unsigned short usMaxJitter = 0;
void vSetupTimerTest( unsigned short usFrequencyHz )
/* T2 is used to generate interrupts. T4 is used to provide an accurate
time measurement. */
T2CON = 0;
T4CON = 0;
TMR2 = 0;
TMR4 = 0;
/* Timer 2 is going to interrupt at usFrequencyHz Hz. */
PR2 = ( unsigned short ) ( configCPU_CLOCK_HZ / ( unsigned long ) usFrequencyHz );
/* Timer 4 is going to free run from minimum to maximum value. */
PR4 = ( unsigned short ) timerMAX_COUNT;
/* Setup timer 2 interrupt priority to be above the kernel priority so
the timer jitter is not effected by the kernel activity. */
/* Clear the interrupt as a starting condition. */
IFS0bits.T2IF = 0;
/* Enable the interrupt. */
IEC0bits.T2IE = 1;
/* Start both timers. */
T2CONbits.TON = 1;
T4CONbits.TON = 1;
static void prvCalculateAndStoreJitter( void )
static unsigned short usLastCount = 0, usSettleCount = 0;
unsigned short usThisCount, usDifference;
/* Capture the timer value as we enter the interrupt. */
usThisCount = TMR4;
if( usSettleCount >= timerSETTLE_TIME )
/* What is the difference between the timer value in this interrupt
and the value from the last interrupt. */
usDifference = usThisCount - usLastCount;
/* Store the difference in the timer values if it is larger than the
currently stored largest value. The difference over and above the
expected difference will give the 'jitter' in the processing of these
interrupts. */
if( usDifference > usMaxJitter )
usMaxJitter = usDifference;
/* Don't bother storing any values for the first couple of
interrupts. */
/* Remember what the timer value was this time through, so we can calculate
the difference the next time through. */
usLastCount = usThisCount;
void __attribute__((__interrupt__, auto_psv)) _T2Interrupt( void )
/* Work out the time between this and the previous interrupt. */
/* Clear the timer interrupt. */
IFS0bits.T2IF = 0;