Peripheral Clock Control

Name

Peripheral Clock Control -- Description

Synopsis

#include <cyg/hal/hal_io.h>    
    

pin = CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_CLOCK(cgcr, device);

CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_CLOCK_ENABLE(desc);

CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_CLOCK_DISABLE(desc);

Description

The i.MXxx HAL provides a number of macros to support the management of peripheral clocks. The macro CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_CLOCK( cgcr, device ) encodes a clock control descriptor into a 32 bit value. The arguments are the clock group register name, and the name of the clock to be controlled.

The remaining functions all take a peripheral clock descriptor as an argument. CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_CLOCK_ENABLE( desc ) enables the given clock. Likewise CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_CLOCK_DISABLE( desc ) disables the clock.

The following examples show how a clock descriptor may be defined.


// EPIT input clock and EPIT1 device clock    
#define CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_EPIT_PER_CLOCK   CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_CLOCK( CGCR0, PER_EPIT )
#define CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_EPIT1_CLOCK      CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_CLOCK( CGCR1, IPG_EPIT1 )

// UART1 clock
#define CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_UART1_CLOCK      CYGHWR_HAL_IMX_CLOCK( CGCR2, IPG_UART1 )

   
2017-02-09
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