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What UART signals are actually used in the AVR core?
I’m trying to understand the flow of control in the AVR. Specifically, what signals are actually put on the pins and how do they flow between the stack and the core. I’m also interested in understanding how this differs from 32-bit ARM (attached is an explanation for the ARM core, which is attached to the instruction set docs for the MCU itself).
I think what you’re looking for is the software program flow diagram, specifically the AVR ST section.
Here it is for a raw AVR core:
Here it is for STM32F4 MCU (from LT’s page):
Basically what you need to know is:
pins R2 and R3 are read-write registers; they are actual memory locations used to store
pins D0-D7 are „data“ pins (8-bit each, compared to pins A0-A7 which are only 4-bit each on the STM32). The state is stored to the registers, then pushed onto the stack.
pins PA0 – PA7 are „purpose“ pins (8-bit each), they can control certain peripherals, such as LEDs. PA0 is the USART TX line, which you can use to send characters to the serial port. PA7 is the trigger line, which you can use to tell the MCU to be in sleep mode or wake-up mode.
Conventional diode lasers, such as those based on group III-V semiconductors, have recently been replaced in some applications with diode lasers based on group II-VI semiconductors