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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2003 14:08 
Anyone used ATMega16 with T6963C ?
I'm having a hard time trying to figure out where to get a header to drive the display...

If anyone would have a file to drive the display, I would prehissiate it very much :p

It would be good if it was written in c instead of asm...

Thanks,
Mika Blom


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2003 16:53 
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Well not Mega16 but I've been using a T6963C display with Mega32. Should be pretty much the same thing.

I'll do some copy pasting below from some project of mine. It's for GCC.
Code:
#include <avr/io.h>

#define G_BASE 0x0200   // grafiikkamuistin base address
#define T_BASE 0x0000   // tekstimuistin base address
#define BYTES_PER_ROW 40 // merkkiä rivillä

#define CD_0    0
#define CD_1    0x08

#define CE_0    0
#define CE_1    0x01

#define RD_0    0
#define RD_1    0x02

#define WR_0    0
#define WR_1    0x04


#define DATAPORT      PORTA
#define CONTROLPORT   PORTC


void wait(unsigned int value)
{
        volatile unsigned i=0;
        for(i=0;i<value;i++)
   asm volatile("nop");
}

static void WriteCtrl(unsigned char cmd)
{
    outb(DDRA, 0xFF); // databus output
    outp(cmd, DATAPORT);
    outp(CD_1 | CE_0 | RD_1 | WR_0, CONTROLPORT);
    wait(0);
    outp(CD_1 | CE_1 | RD_1 | WR_1, CONTROLPORT);
}

void WriteData(unsigned char dat)
{
    outb(DDRA, 0xff); // databus output
    outp(dat, DATAPORT);
    outp(CD_0 | CE_0 | RD_1 | WR_0, CONTROLPORT);
    wait(0);
    outp(CD_0 | CE_1 | RD_1 | WR_1, CONTROLPORT);
}

void InitLCD(void)
{
  // Display init
  WriteData(T_BASE & 0xFF);   //Data1: LowAddress
  WriteData(T_BASE >> 8);     //Data2: HighAddress
  WriteCtrl(0x40);            //Command: 0x40 -> 01000000

  WriteData(BYTES_PER_ROW);  //Data1: Colums
  WriteData(0);              //Data2: 0
  WriteCtrl(0x41);           //Command: 0x41 -> 01000001

  WriteData(G_BASE & 0xFF);  //Data1: LowAddress
  WriteData(G_BASE >> 8);    //Data2: HighAddress
  WriteCtrl(0x42);           //Command: 0x42 -> 01000010

  WriteData(BYTES_PER_ROW);  //Data1: Colums
  WriteData(0);              //Data2: 0
  WriteCtrl(0x43);           //Command: 0x43 -> 01000011

  //Internal CGROM Mode, OR Mode
  WriteCtrl(0x80); // OR Mode    //80->10000000

  WriteCtrl(0xa7); // cursor is 8 lines high
  WriteData(0x00);
  WriteData(0x00);
  WriteCtrl(0x21); // put cursor at (x,y)

  //DisplayMode
  WriteCtrl(0x9D);
}

void SetLCDXY(int x, int y)
{
  unsigned short addr;
  addr = T_BASE + (y * BYTES_PER_ROW) + x;
  WriteData(addr & 0xFF);
  WriteData(addr >> 8);
  WriteCtrl(0x24);
}

void SetLCDCursor(int x, int y)
{
  WriteData(x);
  WriteData(y);
  WriteCtrl(0x21);
}

void ClearLCDText(void)
{
  int i;

  WriteData(T_BASE & 0xFF);
  WriteData(T_BASE >> 8);
  WriteCtrl(0x24);      // address pointer T_BASE alkuun

  for (i=0;i<320;i++) {
        WriteData(0); WriteCtrl(0xc0); // kirjoita data ja inc ptr
  }
}

void ClearLCDGraph(void)
{
  int i;

  WriteData(G_BASE & 0xFF);
  WriteData(G_BASE >> 8);
  WriteCtrl(0x24); // address pointer G_BASE alkuun

  for (i=0;i<2560;i++){
        WriteData(0); WriteCtrl(0xc0); // kirjoita data ja inc ptr
  }
}

void PrintLCDChar(unsigned char ch)
{
        WriteData(ch - ' ');
        WriteCtrl(0xc0);
}

void SetLCDPixel(int x, int y)
{
  int addr;

  addr = G_BASE + (y*BYTES_PER_ROW) + (x/6);
  WriteData(addr & 0xFF);
  WriteData(addr >> 8);
  WriteCtrl(0x24);
  WriteCtrl(0xf8 | (5-(x % 6)));
}

void ClearLCDPixel(int x, int y)
{
  int addr;

  addr = G_BASE + (y*BYTES_PER_ROW) + (x/6);
  WriteData(addr & 0xFF);
  WriteData(addr >> 8);
  WriteCtrl(0x24);
  WriteCtrl(0xf0 | (5-(x % 6)));
}

int main (void)
{
    int i,j;

    outb(DDRA, 0xFF); // lcd, FTDI data bus output
    outb(DDRC, 0xCF); // lcd control pins output

    InitLCD();
    ClearLCDText();
    ClearLCDGraph();
    SetLCDXY(0,0);
   
    PrintLCDChar('H');
    PrintLCDChar('e');
    PrintLCDChar('l');
    PrintLCDChar('l');
    PrintLCDChar('o');
    PrintLCDChar('!');

    for(i=10;i<100;i++)
    {
        for(j=20;j<30;j++)
        {
            SetLCDPixel(i,j);
        }
        for(j=20;j<30;j++)
        {
            ClearLCDPixel(i-1,j);
        }
    }

}

I stripped a lot of the code and the code above isn't tested but this should be the basics to get something on a T6963C lcd.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2003 16:58 
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Also moving this into the development forum which has more discussion about programming.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2003 18:50 
Aaah,
Thanks, alot!
I owe you one :)


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 03, 2005 12:26 
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Hi Henri
I read your code posted for T6963c, and it is very useful. It let me able to use T6963c straight the way. Thanks.

I just want to ask that is it possible for you to show me how to write reading status function of the lcd?

I tried to write my own reading status function, but it always lock up in the reading status function, and display nothing.

Thanks


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 07, 2005 23:00 
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lcduser wrote:
I just want to ask that is it possible for you to show me how to write reading status function of the lcd?

Hi, I replied in your other topic about the same thing: http://forum.lcdinfo.com/viewtopic.php?t=1086


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 14, 2009 15:48 
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Hi!

I'm using ATmega 16 and Winstar 240x128 graphic display with T6963C driver. I tried the code above with context (www.contexteditor.org), but it doesn't understand outp and outb macros. Is there a way to enable those commands or should I use some other commands? What would they be?


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 15, 2009 11:04 
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The following would probably be more compatible with the more recent AVRGCC versions:

Code:
void WriteData(unsigned char dat)
{
    DDRA = 0xff; // databus output
    DATAPORT = dat;
    CONTROLPORT = CD_0 | CE_0 | RD_1 | WR_0;
    wait(0);
    CONTROLPORT = CD_0 | CE_1 | RD_1 | WR_1;
}


Of course you could also define your own outp and outb macros if you like.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 04, 2012 7:25 
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very useful thank u man
very thank u


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