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AT KEYBOARD SOURCE CODE INTERFACER DRIVER
Below an example session, which proves the correct functionality of the keyboard interface.
This terminal program and the Excel 97 RS Debug Interface have been used to debug the interface during implementation time. If a specific display start-up configuration is always used, the code can be altered see below and all configuration resistors omitted. Default font will be 80 char, single-height, bold.
To change it, pull the following display lines low with 10K resistors: There are three operating modes to select from. In this mode, the code indicated on the keycode chart is transmitted by the keyboard when the corresponding key is pressed.
Not all power supply pins are not shown. These must be connected to the appropriate power rail.
Do not connect any red or green wires. Maybe something as simple as: The comment above refers to bi-directional communication between PIC microcontroller and AT keyboard, i.
Be aware that there won't be a lot of code space remaining for other enhancements after putting all terminal related stuff onto the 16X But make sure you are polling fast enough, also in worst case. Once it does, the data is placed on the output port and the "Data Available" line is flipped ie. Therefore once data transfer is complete, the AT Keyboard Source Code Interfacer and "Data Available" lines will have the same value.
This data is then processed. Small parts of the introduction below are more or less copied from Craig Peacock's tutorial. The keys' corresponding scan codes are the numbers on the keys, for example the scan code of the ESC key is 0x I stumbled on AT Keyboard Source Code Interfacer idea by looking at other online references most notably, some Linux kernel code at http: Perhaps your excellent documentation could just use a quick note of clarification so that other don't run into the same problem.
Anyway, I just thought that I would mention that I AT Keyboard Source Code Interfacer into a problem that I have since solved. Your "Host To Keyboard Protocol" section indicates that the keyboard will take the data line low for a clock after the byte is sent to create an ACK bit.
Your "Host To Keyboard Protocol" section indicates that the keyboard will take the data line low for a AT Keyboard Source Code Interfacer after the byte is sent to create an ACK bit. If my code attempted to wait for the ACK bit, it hung indefinitely. The keyboard scan code capture is done by an interrupt service.
and AT keyboard, i.e. to the source code of the AT Keyboard Interface VHDL source code of a PS/2 keyboard interface; Outputs the PS/2 make and break codes received from a keyboard; Sets flag output when new.