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Remove iWRAP protocol (#9284)

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tmk_core/protocol
tmk_core/protocol/chibios
tmk_core/protocol/iwrap
tmk_core/protocol/lufa
tmk_core/protocol/midi
tmk_core/protocol/midi/bytequeue


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IWRAP_DIR = protocol/iwrap
OPT_DEFS += -DPROTOCOL_IWRAP
SRC += $(IWRAP_DIR)/main.c \
$(IWRAP_DIR)/iwrap.c \
$(IWRAP_DIR)/suart.S \
$(COMMON_DIR)/sendchar_uart.c \
$(COMMON_DIR)/uart.c
# Search Path
VPATH += $(TMK_DIR)/protocol/iwrap
# TODO: compatible with LUFA and PJRC
# V-USB
#
VUSB_DIR = protocol/vusb
# Path to the V-USB library
VUSB_PATH = $(LIB_PATH)/vusb
SRC += $(VUSB_DIR)/vusb.c \
$(VUSB_PATH)/usbdrv/usbdrv.c \
$(VUSB_PATH)/usbdrv/usbdrvasm.S \
$(VUSB_PATH)/usbdrv/oddebug.c
# Search Path
VPATH += $(TMK_PATH)/$(VUSB_DIR)
VPATH += $(VUSB_PATH)
OPT_DEFS += -DPROTOCOL_VUSB

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Bulegiga WT12
=============
WT12 is a bluetooth module from Bluegiga. http://www.bluegiga.com/
iWRAP
higher layer interface for bluetooth firmware
communicate with UART
iWRAP HID
default setting
115200 8bit/n/1/n
TODO
----
KiCAD circuit/PCB design
power saving
AVR sleep(15ms by watch dog timer)
WT12 sleep
measuring current consumption
measuring battery life of normal usage/idle/intensive usage
software reset/bootloarder
LED indicator(chaging/paring/connecting)
license confirmation of suart.c
consumer page is not working
authenticate method/SSP
SPP keyboard support
SPP debug console support
mouse wheel feature request to Bluegiga
Problems
--------
power consumption
no consumer page support(bug?)
no mouse wheel support
no paring management
no interactive auth method
UART hardware flow control
--------------------------
(iWRAP4 User Guide 9.5)
Hardware flow control is enabled by default and it should not be disabled unless mandatory, because without the hardware flow control the data transmission may not be reliable.
If the hardware flow control is enabled from PS-keys, but no flow control is used, the following steps should be implemented in the hardware design:
- CTS pin must be grounded
- RTS pin must be left floating
Power Saving
------------
power consume
without opimization: 4hr to shutdown(310mAh)
2011/08/25: 9hr(310mAh) SNIFF MASTER sleep/WDTO_120MS
measure current consumption
HHKB keyswitch matrix board
idle
scanning
Bluegiga WT12 module
SLEEP command
deep sleep on/off in config bits
HHKB keyswich
how to power off
I/O pin configuration when sleeping
FET switch for 5V regulator
Bluetooth module
power off when in USB mode
power off by FET switch
AVR configuration
unused pins
ADC
SET CONTROL CONFIG
------------------
SET CONTROL CONFIG 4810
SET CONTROL CONFIG LIST
SET CONTROL CONFIG 0000 0000 4910 DEEP_SLEEP KLUDGE INTERACTIVE_PIN UART_LATENCY
Bit14 UART low latency
Bit11 Interactive pairing mode
Bit04 Deep sleep
Reconnection
------------
SET CONTROL AUTOCALL 1124 5000 HID
1124 HID service class
5000 interval ms
HID profile
-----------
This is needed to configure only once.
SET PROFILE HID ON
RESET
HID class
---------
SET BT CLASS 005C0 // keyboard/mouse combined devie
Pairing Security
----------------
Secure Simple Pairing(SSP)
SET BT SSP 2 0 // Enables SSP for keyboard and Man-in-the-middle protection
SET BT SSP 3 0 // Enables SSP just works mode
for keyboard with SSP
SET BT AUTH * 0000
SET BT SSP 2 0
SET CONTROL CONFIG 800
RESET
for keyboard without SSP
SET BT AUTH * 0000
SET CONTROL CONFIG 800
RESET
AUTH
AUTH xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx? // Pairing request event
AUTH xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx 0000
SSP PASSKEY 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 ?
SSP PASSKEY 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 xxxxx
(SSP COMPLETE 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 HCI_ERROR_AUTH_FAIL // failed)
RING 0 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 11 HID
Connecton
RING xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx xx HID // connection event
KILL xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
Mode
----
Command mode
Data mode
Raw mode
(Simple mode not for a real keyboard)
Raw mode
Keyboard:
0x9f, length(10), 0xa1, 0x01, mods, 0x00, key1, key2, key3, key4, key5, key6
Mouse:
0x9f, length(5), 0xa1, 0x02, buttons, X, Y
Consumer page:
0x9f, length(5), 0xa1, 0x03, bitfield1, bitfield2, bitfield3
consumer page suage
Bitfield 1:
0x01 Volume Increment
0x02 Volume Decrement
0x04 Mute
0x08 Play/Pause
0x10 Scan Next Track
0x20 Scan Previous Track
0x40 Stop
0x80 Eject
Bitfield 2:
0x01 Email Reader
0x02 Application Control Search
0x04 AC Bookmarks
0x08 AC Home
0x10 AC Back
0x20 AC Forward
0x40 AC Stop
0x80 AC Refresh
Bitfield 3:
0x01 Application Launch Generic Consumer Control
0x02 AL Internet Browser
0x04 AL Calculator
0x08 AL Terminal Lock / Screensaver
0x10 AL Local Machine Browser
0x20 AC Minimize
0x40 Record
0x80 Rewind
2011/07/13
set
SET BT BDADDR 00:07:80:47:22:14
SET BT NAME HHKB pro BT
SET BT CLASS 0005c0
SET BT AUTH * 0000
SET BT IDENT BT:47 f000 4.1.0 Bluegiga iWRAP
SET BT LAP 9e8b33
SET BT PAGEMODE 4 2000 1
SET BT PAIR 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 a191189cd7e51030ad6a07848ce879bb
SET BT POWER 3 3 3
SET BT ROLE 0 f 7d00
SET BT SNIFF 0 20 1 8
SET BT SSP 2 1
SET BT MTU 667
SET CONTROL AUTOCALL 1124 3000 HID
SET CONTROL BAUD 38400,8n1
SET CONTROL CD 00 0
SET CONTROL ECHO 7
SET CONTROL ESCAPE 43 00 1
SET CONTROL GAIN 0 5
SET CONTROL INIT SET CONTROL MUX 0
SET CONTROL MSC DTE 00 00 00 00 00 00
SET CONTROL MUX 1
SET CONTROL PIO 00 00
SET CONTROL READY 00
SET PROFILE HID f HID
SET
info config
!!! THIS IS BETA RELEASE AND MAY BE USED FOR EVALUATION PURPOSES ONLY !!!
WRAP THOR AI (4.1.0 build 435)
Copyright (c) 2003-2011 Bluegiga Technologies Inc.
Compiled on Jun 28 2011 17:19:51, running on WT12-A module, psr v31
AVRCP BGIO FTP HFP HFP_AG HID HID_CONSUMER_PAGE HSP LEDS MAP OTA PBAP PIO=0x00fc SSP SUBRATE TEST VOLUME
- BOCK3 version 435 (Jun 28 2011 17:19:37) (max acl/sco 7/1)
- Bluetooth version 2.1, Power class 2
- Loader 4279, firmware 6297 (56-bit encryption), native execution mode
- up 0 days, 06:23, 2 connections (pool 2)
- User configuration:
&028a = 0001 0000 0000 0011 0024 0000 0000 0010 0000 0080 0000 0000 0080 005f 009b 0034 00fb 0006
&028b = 0000 0bb8
&028d = 0001
&0295 = 0000 0005 000b 0000 0003 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
&0298 = a006
&0299 = 0000 0000
&02a3 = 0030 0030 0030 0030
&02a4 = 009d 0000
&02a5 = 0053 0045 0054 0020 0043 004f 004e 0054 0052 004f 004c 0020 004d 0055 0058 0020 0030
&02a7 = 0000 05c0
&02a8 = 4910 0000 0000
&02aa = 0004 2000 0001 0033 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
&02ac = 0000 0000 002b 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0002 0000 0000 0000 0010 0000 0000 0000 0000 029b 0000 0000 0000 0000
&02ad = 4848 424b 7020 6f72 4220 0054
&02b3 = 0005 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003
&02b7 = 000f 4948 0044
&02bb = 8000
READY.
2011/07/07 settings:
set
SET BT BDADDR 00:07:80:47:22:14
SET BT NAME HHKB Pro BT
SET BT CLASS 0005c0
SET BT AUTH * 000
SET BT IDENT BT:47 f000 4.0.0 Bluegiga iWRAP
SET BT LAP 9e8b33
SET BT PAGEMODE 4 2000 1
SET BT PAIR 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 9e54d0aabb1b4d73cfccddb1ea4ef2d6
SET BT POWER 3 3 3
SET BT ROLE 0 f 7d00
SET BT SNIFF 0 20 1 8
SET BT SSP 3 0
SET BT MTU 667
SET CONTROL BAUD 38400,8n1
SET CONTROL CD 00 0
SET CONTROL ECHO 7
SET CONTROL ESCAPE 255 00 1
SET CONTROL GAIN 0 5
SET CONTROL INIT set control mux 0
SET CONTROL MSC DTE 00 00 00 00 00 00
SET CONTROL PREAMP 1 1
SET CONTROL READY 00
SET PROFILE HID HID
SET PROFILE SPP Bluetooth Serial Port
SET
info config
WRAP THOR AI (4.0.0 build 317)
Copyright (c) 2003-2010 Bluegiga Technologies Inc.
Compiled on Apr 20 2010 16:44:28, running on WT12-A module, psr v31
AVRCP FTP PBAP PIO=0x00fc SSP SUBRATE VOLUME
- BOCK3 version 317 (Apr 20 2010 16:44:21) (max acl/sco 7/1)
- Bluetooth version 2.1, Power class 2
- Loader 4279, firmware 6297 (56-bit encryption), native execution mode
- up 0 days, 00:00, 0 connections (pool 1)
- User configuration:
&028c = 0001 0020 0000 0001 0008 0000
&028d = 0000
&0296 = 0047 0001 f000 0400 6c42 6575 6967 6167 6920 5257 5041
&0298 = c006
&02a3 = 0030 0030 0030
&02a4 = 009d 0000
&02a5 = 0073 0065 0074 0020 0063 006f 006e 0074 0072 006f 006c 0020 006d 0075 0078 0020 0030
&02a7 = 0000 05c0
&02a8 = 0800 0000 0000
&02ac = 0000 0000 00ff 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0002 0000 0000 0000 0010 0000 0000 0000 0000 029b 0000 0000 0000 0000
&02ad = 4848 424b 5020 6f72 4220 0054
&02b3 = 0004 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003
&02b7 = 0000
&02bb = 6c42 6575 6f74 746f 2068 6553 6972 6c61 5020 726f 0074
READY.
2011/08/23:
SET BT BDADDR 00:07:80:47:22:14
SET BT NAME HHKB pro BT
SET BT CLASS 0005c0
SET BT AUTH * 0000
SET BT IDENT BT:47 f000 4.1.0 Bluegiga iWRAP
SET BT LAP 9e8b33
SET BT PAGEMODE 4 2000 1
SET BT PAIRCOUNT 4
SET BT POWER 3 3 3
SET BT ROLE 1 f 12c0
SET BT SNIFF 10 2 1 8
SET BT SSP 3 0
SET BT MTU 667
SET CONTROL BAUD 38400,8n1
SET CONTROL CD 00 0
SET CONTROL ECHO 7
SET CONTROL ESCAPE 43 00 1
SET CONTROL GAIN 0 5
SET CONTROL INIT SET CONTROL MUX 0
SET CONTROL MSC DTE 00 00 00 00 00 00
SET CONTROL MUX 1
SET CONTROL PIO 00 00
SET CONTROL READY 00
SET PROFILE HID 7 HIDKeyboardMouse
SET
SET CONTROL CONFIG 0000 0004 481e CLOCK_CACHE INTERLACED_INQ INTERLACED_PAGE DEEP_SLEEP INTERACTIVE_PIN UART_LATENCY 23D_NOKLUDGE
2011/08/25:
SET BT BDADDR 00:07:80:47:22:14
SET BT NAME HHKB pro BT
SET BT CLASS 0005c0
SET BT IDENT BT:47 f000 4.1.0 Bluegiga iWRAP
SET BT LAP 9e8b33
SET BT PAGEMODE 4 2000 1
SET BT PAIRCOUNT 4
SET BT PAIR 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 0be83335a03fed8ededae42e99554e28
SET BT POWER 3 3 3
SET BT ROLE 1 f 12c0
SET BT SNIFF 100 20 1 8
SET BT SSP 3 0
SET BT MTU 667
SET CONTROL BAUD 38400,8n1
SET CONTROL CD 00 0
SET CONTROL ECHO 7
SET CONTROL ESCAPE - 20 1
SET CONTROL GAIN 0 5
SET CONTROL INIT SET CONTROL MUX 0
SET CONTROL MSC DTE 00 00 00 00 00 00
SET CONTROL MUX 1
SET CONTROL PIO 00 00
SET CONTROL READY 00
SET PROFILE HID f HIDKeyboardMouse
SET
SET CONTROL CONFIG 0000 0000 490e CLOCK_CACHE INTERLACED_INQ INTERLACED_PAGE KLUDGE INTERACTIVE_PIN UART_LATENCY
2011/09/08:
SET CONTROL CONFIG 0000 0000 410e CLOCK_CACHE INTERLACED_INQ INTERLACED_PAGE KLUDGE UART_LATENCY
Removed INTERACTIVE_PIN to avoid interactive auth and use SET BT AUTH pin(0000).
EOF

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Terminology
===========
PSM
HIDP HID Protocol
L2CAP Logical Link Control Adaptation Protocol
MTU Maximum Transmission Unit
HID Protocol
============
3 of HID_SPEC_V11.pdf
Channel
-------
Control channel PSM=0x0011
Interrupt channel PSM=0x0013
Message
-------
HANDSHAKE(0)
HID_CONTROL(1)
GET_REPORT(4)
Host requests report(DATA payload on Control channel) from Device
Size Desc
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HIDP-Hdr 1 7..4: HIDP Message TYpe(4: GET_REPORT)
3: Size(1:2-octed buffer size, 0:size of the report)
2: 0
1..0: Report Type(1:input, 2:output, 3: feature)
ReportID 1 Optional
BufferSize 2 Optional(specified when Size=1)
SET_REPORT(5)
GET_PROTOCOL(6)
SET_PROTOCOL(7)
DATA(A)
Input/Output Report: All DATA payloads flow on Interrupt channel.
Other: flows on Control channel.
Size Desc
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HIDP-Hdr 1 7..4 0xA
3..2 Reserved(0)
1..0 Report Type(0:Other, 1:Input, 2:Output, 3:Feature)
Payload N Data
Boot Protocol
=============
3.3.2
No report descriptor, fixed report descriptors defined.
Device ReportID Size
---------------------------------
Reserved 0
Keyboard 1 9octets
Mouse 2 4octets
Reserved 3-255
Report descriptor
-----------------
Report ID is added to USB HID boot protocol descriptor.
Boot Protocol device doesn't need to supply descriptors. and can send extra data on end of boot report this data will be ignored unless host supports report descriptor.
Report Protocol devices can have specific descriptors. Using Boot protocol descriptor followed by extra data may be useful for compatibility to Boot protocol only supported host.
NOTE:
Bluegiga HID sample say report ID of mouse is 1 but 2?
Bluegiga HID sample say report ID of consumer page is 2 but 3?
** mouse.desc and consumer.desc were fixed.
size
keyboard.desc 67 0x43
mouse.desc 60 0x3c
consumer.desc 82 0x52
combo.desc 209 0xd1
SDP
===
attributes(3.3.2)
----------
HIDDeviceSubclass
which type is supported in Boot Protocol Mode
7 6
---
0 1 Keyboard
1 0 Pointing device
1 1 Combo keyboard/pointing device
HIDBootDevice
TRUE
HIDReconnectInitiate
TRUE
Class of Device/Service
=======================
http://phys.sci.hokudai.ac.jp/LABS/yts/pic/GB002/Bluetooth_assigned_numbers_baseband.pdf
0x0005C0 Keyboard and Pointing deivce(combo)
23 16 15 8 7 0
---------------------------------
Service |Major |Minor |Format
Format type
1 0
---
0 0
Minor Device Class of Peripheral Major
7 6
---
0 1 Keyboard
1 0 Pointing device
1 1 Combo keyboard/pointing device
Major device classes
12 11 10 9 8
--------------
0 0 0 0 0 Miscellaneous
0 0 0 0 1 Computer
0 0 0 1 0 Phone
0 0 0 1 1 LAN /Network Access point
0 0 1 0 0 Audio/Video (headset,speaker,stereo, video display, vcr.....
0 0 1 0 1 *Peripheral (mouse, joystick, keyboards, ..... )
0 0 1 1 0 Imaging (printing, scanner, camera, display, ...)
1 1 1 1 1 Uncategorized, specific device code not specified
X X X X X All other values reserved
Major service classes
bit
--------------------------------------
13 Limited Discoverable Mode [Ref #1]
14 (reserved)
15 (reserved)
16 Positioning (Location identification)
17 Networking (LAN, Ad hoc, ...)
18 Rendering (Printing, Speaker, ...)
19 Capturing (Scanner, Microphone, ...)
20 Object Transfer (v-Inbox, v-Folder, ...)
21 Audio (Speaker, Microphone, Headset service, ...)
22 Telephony (Cordless telephony, Modem, Headset service, ...)
23 Information (WEB-server, WAP-server, ...)
Authentication SSP
-------------------
SET BT SSP 2 0 PASS KEY entering
SET BT SSP 3 0 NO PASS KEY entering
SET BT SSP <capabilities> <mitm>
<capabilities>: 0:display only 1:display+yes/no button 2:keyboard only 3:none
SET BT SSP 2 1 # 2:keyboard only 1:Man-in-the-middle protection is needed
SET BT SSP 2 0 # 2:keyboard only 0:Man-in-the-middle protection is not needed
SET BT SSP 2 1
bond only if MITM protection is supported by host
SET BT SSP 2 0
bond even if MITM protection is not supported by host
On Windows 'Add device' causes SSP PASSKEY event on iWRAP
SSP PASSKEY 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 ?
If device has display(0 or 1) this event occurs. User should be shown this code on the device.
SSP CONFIRM 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 517572
SET BT SSP 3 0
No input/output, No MITM protection.
Without procedure of authentication the divice is bond to host.
Connect
=======
CALL 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 11 HID
Setting
========
Following settings need to be done before wiring into keyboard.
- UART speed: 38400bps(115200bps didn't work with software serial)
- No SSP procedure(without MITM protection)
- No Power Saving
# clear pairing record and set default
SET BT PAIR *
SET RESET
SET CONTROL INIT SET CONTROL MUX 0
SET CONTROL BAUD 38400,8n1
SET BT NAME TMK Blootooth WT12
SET BT CLASS 0005c0
SET BT AUTH * 0000
SET BT SSP 3 0
SET CONTROL CONFIG 4800
SET PROFILE HID 0f c0 0100 00 en 0409 TMK Bluetooth keyboard(WT12)
SET PROFILE SPP
# power saving?
SET BT SNIFF 100 20 1 8
# Report Descriptor
# combo keyboard + mouse + consumer
HID SET d2 05010906a1010507850119e029e715002501750195088102950175088101950575010508850119012905910295017503910395067508150025650507190029658100c005010902a1010901a1008502050919012908150025017501950881020501093009311581257f750895028106093895018106050c0a380295018106c0c0050c0901a1018503050c1500250109e909ea09e209cd19b529b87501950881020a8a010a21020a2a021a23022a27027501950881020a83010a96010a92010a9e010a94010a060209b209b4750195088102c0
SET PROFILE HID
---------------
SET PROFILE HID 0d c0 100 0 en 0409 HHKB pro Bluetooth keyboard
{function bit} uint8
{subclass} uint8
{version} uint16
{country} uint8
{BTlang} char[2]
{USBlang} uint16
{name} string
SET BT CLASS
------------
See Class of Device
composite device: keyboard and mouse
SET BT CLASS 005c0
----------
after setting
----------
set
SET BT BDADDR 00:07:80:47:22:14
SET BT NAME TMK Blootooth WT12
SET BT CLASS 0005c0
SET BT AUTH * 0000
SET BT IDENT BT:47 f000 5.0.1 Bluegiga iWRAP
SET BT LAP 9e8b33
SET BT PAGEMODE 4 2000 1
SET BT PAIR 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 9e3d85c91bcae73fef8cc10bec18b42f
SET BT POWER 3 3 3
SET BT ROLE 0 f 7d00
SET BT SNIFF 0 20 1 8
SET BT SSP 3 0
SET BT MTU 667
SET CONTROL BAUD 38400,8n1
SET CONTROL CD 00 0
SET CONTROL ECHO 7
SET CONTROL ESCAPE 43 00 1
SET CONTROL GAIN 0 5
SET CONTROL INIT SET CONTROL MUX 0
SET CONTROL MSC DTE 00 00 00 00 00 00
SET CONTROL MUX 1
SET CONTROL PIO 00 00
SET CONTROL READY 00
SET PROFILE HID 0f c0 0100 00 en 0409 TMK Bluetooth keyboard(WT12)
SET
set control config list
SET CONTROL CONFIG 0000 0000 0000 4900 KLUDGE INTERACTIVE_PIN UART_LATENCY
info config
WRAP THOR AI (5.0.1 build 620)
Copyright (c) 2003-2012 Bluegiga Technologies Inc.
Compiled on Oct 1 2012 10:56:21, running on WT12-A module, psr v31
BGIO FTP HFP HFP_AG HID HID_CONSUMER_PAGE HSP MAP MDP OTA PBAP PIO=0x00fc SSP SUBRATE TEST VOLUME
- BOCK4 version 620 (Oct 1 2012 10:56:03) (max acl/sco 7/1)
- Bluetooth version 3.0, Power class 2
- Loader 8615, firmware 8825 (56-bit encryption), native execution mode
- up 0 days, 01:50, 2 connections (pool 2)
- User configuration:
&028d = 0001
&0295 = 0000 0005 000b 0000 0003 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
&0298 = c053
&0299 = 0000 0000
&02a3 = 0030 0030 0030 0030
&02a4 = 009d 0000
&02a5 = 0053 0045 0054 0020 0043 004f 004e 0054 0052 004f 004c 0020 004d 0055 0058 0020 0030
&02a7 = 0000 05c0
&02a8 = 0800 0000 0000 0000
&02aa = 0004 2000 0001 0033 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
&02ac = 0000 0000 002b 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0002 0000 0000 0000 0010 0000 0000 0000 0000 029b 0000 0000 0000 0000
&02ad = 4d54 204b 6c42 6f6f 6f74 746f 2068 5457 3231
&02b0 = fa65 b0aa 934a 077b a600 d1cc fe58 8dd5
&02b3 = 0004 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0003 0005 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0005
&02b7 = 000f 00c0 0100 0000 0065 006e 0409 4d54 204b 6c42 6575 6f74 746f &02bb = 8000
READY.
----------
-----
After 5.0.1 Firmware update
Firmware: ai-5.0.1-620-25b.bc4.dfu
PSR: wt12-a.ai-5.0.1-620-25b.psrf
-----
info config
WRAP THOR AI (5.0.1 build 620)
Copyright (c) 2003-2012 Bluegiga Technologies Inc.
Compiled on Oct 1 2012 10:56:21, running on WT12-A module, psr v31
BGIO FTP HFP HFP_AG HID HID_CONSUMER_PAGE HSP MAP MDP OTA PBAP PIO=0x00fc SSP SUBRATE TEST VOLUME
- BOCK4 version 620 (Oct 1 2012 10:56:03) (max acl/sco 7/1)
- Bluetooth version 3.0, Power class 2
- Loader 8615, firmware 8825 (56-bit encryption), native execution mode
- up 0 days, 00:03, 0 connections (pool 1)
- User configuration:
&0295 = 0000 0005 000b 0000 0003 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
&0299 = 0000 0000
&02aa = 0004 2000 0001 0033 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
&02ac = 0000 0000 002b 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0002 0000 0000 0000 0010 0000 0000 0000 0000 029b 0000 0000 0000 0000
&02ad = 5457 3231 412d
&02b0 = fa65 b0aa 934a 077b a600 d1cc fe58 8dd5
READY.
set
SET BT BDADDR 00:07:80:47:22:14
SET BT NAME WT12-A
SET BT CLASS 001f00
SET BT IDENT BT:47 f000 5.0.1 Bluegiga iWRAP
SET BT LAP 9e8b33
SET BT PAGEMODE 4 2000 1
SET BT PAIR 78:dd:08:b7:e4:a2 af18f81faa107e6dd068762ef921f48b
SET BT POWER 3 3 3
SET BT ROLE 0 f 7d00
SET BT SNIFF 0 20 1 8
SET BT SSP 3 0
SET BT MTU 667
SET CONTROL BAUD 115200,8n1
SET CONTROL CD 00 0
SET CONTROL ECHO 7
SET CONTROL ESCAPE 43 00 1
SET CONTROL GAIN 0 5
SET CONTROL MSC DTE 00 00 00 00 00 00
SET CONTROL PIO 00 00
SET CONTROL READY 00
SET PROFILE SPP Bluetooth Serial Port
SET
set control config list
SET CONTROL CONFIG 0000 0000 0000 0100 KLUDGE
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/*
Copyright 2011 Jun Wako <wakojun@gmail.com>
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
/* host driver for Bulegiga iWRAP */
/* Bluegiga BT12
* Connections
* Hardware UART Software UART BlueTooth
* PC=====UART=======AVR=====SUART====iWRAP(BT12)-----------PC
*
* - Hardware UART for Debug Console to communicate iWRAP
* - Software UART for iWRAP control to send keyboard/mouse data
*/
#include <stdint.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <avr/interrupt.h>
#include <util/delay.h>
#include "keycode.h"
#include "suart.h"
#include "uart.h"
#include "report.h"
#include "host_driver.h"
#include "iwrap.h"
#include "print.h"
/* iWRAP MUX mode utils. 3.10 HID raw mode(iWRAP_HID_Application_Note.pdf) */
#define MUX_HEADER(LINK, LENGTH) \
do { \
xmit(0xbf); /* SOF */ \
xmit(LINK); /* Link */ \
xmit(0x00); /* Flags */ \
xmit(LENGTH); /* Length */ \
} while (0)
#define MUX_FOOTER(LINK) xmit(LINK ^ 0xff)
static uint8_t connected = 0;
// static uint8_t channel = 1;
/* iWRAP buffer */
#define MUX_BUF_SIZE 64
static char buf[MUX_BUF_SIZE];
static uint8_t snd_pos = 0;
#define MUX_RCV_BUF_SIZE 256
static char rcv_buf[MUX_RCV_BUF_SIZE];
static uint8_t rcv_head = 0;
static uint8_t rcv_tail = 0;
/* receive buffer */
static void rcv_enq(char c) {
uint8_t next = (rcv_head + 1) % MUX_RCV_BUF_SIZE;
if (next != rcv_tail) {
rcv_buf[rcv_head] = c;
rcv_head = next;
}
}
static char rcv_deq(void) {
char c = 0;
if (rcv_head != rcv_tail) {
c = rcv_buf[rcv_tail++];
rcv_tail %= MUX_RCV_BUF_SIZE;
}
return c;
}
/*
static char rcv_peek(void)
{
if (rcv_head == rcv_tail)
return 0;
return rcv_buf[rcv_tail];
}
*/
static void rcv_clear(void) { rcv_tail = rcv_head = 0; }
/* iWRAP response */
ISR(PCINT1_vect, ISR_BLOCK) // recv() runs away in case of ISR_NOBLOCK
{
if ((SUART_IN_PIN & (1 << SUART_IN_BIT))) return;
static volatile uint8_t mux_state = 0xff;
static volatile uint8_t mux_link = 0xff;
uint8_t c = recv();
switch (mux_state) {
case 0xff: // SOF
if (c == 0xbf) mux_state--;
break;
case 0xfe: // Link
mux_state--;
mux_link = c;
break;
case 0xfd: // Flags
mux_state--;
break;
case 0xfc: // Length
mux_state = c;
break;
case 0x00:
mux_state = 0xff;
mux_link = 0xff;
break;
default:
if (mux_state--) {
uart_putchar(c);
rcv_enq(c);
}
}
}
/*------------------------------------------------------------------*
* iWRAP communication
*------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void iwrap_init(void) {
// reset iWRAP if in already MUX mode after AVR software-reset
iwrap_send("RESET");
iwrap_mux_send("RESET");
_delay_ms(3000);
iwrap_send("\r\nSET CONTROL MUX 1\r\n");
_delay_ms(500);
iwrap_check_connection();
}
void iwrap_mux_send(const char *s) {
rcv_clear();
MUX_HEADER(0xff, strlen((char *)s));
iwrap_send(s);
MUX_FOOTER(0xff);
}
void iwrap_send(const char *s) {
while (*s) xmit(*s++);
}
/* send buffer */
void iwrap_buf_add(uint8_t c) {
// need space for '\0'
if (snd_pos < MUX_BUF_SIZE - 1) buf[snd_pos++] = c;
}
void iwrap_buf_del(void) {
if (snd_pos) snd_pos--;
}
void iwrap_buf_send(void) {
buf[snd_pos] = '\0';
snd_pos = 0;
iwrap_mux_send(buf);
}
void iwrap_call(void) {
char *p;
iwrap_mux_send("SET BT PAIR");
_delay_ms(500);
p = rcv_buf + rcv_tail;
while (!strncmp(p, "SET BT PAIR", 11)) {
p += 7;
strncpy(p, "CALL", 4);
strncpy(p + 22, " 11 HID\n\0", 9);
print_S(p);
iwrap_mux_send(p);
// TODO: skip to next line
p += 57;
DEBUG_LED_CONFIG;
DEBUG_LED_ON;
_delay_ms(500);
DEBUG_LED_OFF;
_delay_ms(500);
DEBUG_LED_ON;
_delay_ms(500);
DEBUG_LED_OFF;
_delay_ms(500);
DEBUG_LED_ON;
_delay_ms(500);
DEBUG_LED_OFF;
_delay_ms(500);
DEBUG_LED_ON;
_delay_ms(500);
DEBUG_LED_OFF;
_delay_ms(500);
DEBUG_LED_ON;
_delay_ms(500);
DEBUG_LED_OFF;
_delay_ms(500);
}
iwrap_check_connection();
}
void iwrap_kill(void) {
char c;
iwrap_mux_send("LIST");
_delay_ms(500);
while ((c = rcv_deq()) && c != '\n')
;
if (strncmp(rcv_buf + rcv_tail, "LIST ", 5)) {
print("no connection to kill.\n");
return;
}
// skip 10 'space' chars
for (uint8_t i = 10; i; i--)
while ((c = rcv_deq()) && c != ' ')
;
char *p = rcv_buf + rcv_tail - 5;
strncpy(p, "KILL ", 5);
strncpy(p + 22, "\n\0", 2);
print_S(p);
iwrap_mux_send(p);
_delay_ms(500);
iwrap_check_connection();
}
void iwrap_unpair(void) {
iwrap_mux_send("SET BT PAIR");
_delay_ms(500);
char *p = rcv_buf + rcv_tail;
if (!strncmp(p, "SET BT PAIR", 11)) {
strncpy(p + 29, "\n\0", 2);
print_S(p);
iwrap_mux_send(p);
}
}
void iwrap_sleep(void) { iwrap_mux_send("SLEEP"); }
void iwrap_sniff(void) {}
void iwrap_subrate(void) {}
bool iwrap_failed(void) {
if (strncmp(rcv_buf, "SYNTAX ERROR", 12))
return true;
else
return false;
}
uint8_t iwrap_connected(void) { return connected; }
uint8_t iwrap_check_connection(void) {
iwrap_mux_send("LIST");
_delay_ms(100);
if (strncmp(rcv_buf, "LIST ", 5) || !strncmp(rcv_buf, "LIST 0", 6))
connected = 0;
else
connected = 1;
return connected;
}
/*------------------------------------------------------------------*
* Host driver
*------------------------------------------------------------------*/
static uint8_t keyboard_leds(void);
static void send_keyboard(report_keyboard_t *report);
static void send_mouse(report_mouse_t *report);
static void send_system(uint16_t data);
static void send_consumer(uint16_t data);
static host_driver_t driver = {keyboard_leds, send_keyboard, send_mouse, send_system, send_consumer};
host_driver_t *iwrap_driver(void) { return &driver; }
static uint8_t keyboard_leds(void) { return 0; }
static void send_keyboard(report_keyboard_t *report) {
if (!iwrap_connected() && !iwrap_check_connection()) return;
MUX_HEADER(0x01, 0x0c);
// HID raw mode header
xmit(0x9f);
xmit(0x0a); // Length
xmit(0xa1); // DATA(Input)
xmit(0x01); // Report ID
xmit(report->mods);
xmit(0x00); // reserved byte(always 0)
xmit(report->keys[0]);
xmit(report->keys[1]);
xmit(report->keys[2]);
xmit(report->keys[3]);
xmit(report->keys[4]);
xmit(report->keys[5]);
MUX_FOOTER(0x01);
}
static void send_mouse(report_mouse_t *report) {
#if defined(MOUSEKEY_ENABLE) || defined(PS2_MOUSE_ENABLE) || defined(POINTING_DEVICE_ENABLE)
if (!iwrap_connected() && !iwrap_check_connection()) return;
MUX_HEADER(0x01, 0x09);
// HID raw mode header
xmit(0x9f);
xmit(0x07); // Length
xmit(0xa1); // DATA(Input)
xmit(0x02); // Report ID
xmit(report->buttons);
xmit(report->x);
xmit(report->y);
xmit(report->v);
xmit(report->h);
MUX_FOOTER(0x01);
#endif
}
static void send_system(uint16_t data) { /* not supported */
}
static void send_consumer(uint16_t data) {
#ifdef EXTRAKEY_ENABLE
static uint16_t last_data = 0;
uint8_t bits1 = 0;
uint8_t bits2 = 0;
uint8_t bits3 = 0;
if (!iwrap_connected() && !iwrap_check_connection()) return;
if (data == last_data) return;
last_data = data;
// 3.10 HID raw mode(iWRAP_HID_Application_Note.pdf)
switch (data) {
case AUDIO_VOL_UP:
bits1 = 0x01;
break;
case AUDIO_VOL_DOWN:
bits1 = 0x02;
break;
case AUDIO_MUTE:
bits1 = 0x04;
break;
case TRANSPORT_PLAY_PAUSE:
bits1 = 0x08;
break;
case TRANSPORT_NEXT_TRACK:
bits1 = 0x10;
break;
case TRANSPORT_PREV_TRACK:
bits1 = 0x20;
break;
case TRANSPORT_STOP:
bits1 = 0x40;
break;
case TRANSPORT_EJECT:
bits1 = 0x80;
break;
case AL_EMAIL:
bits2 = 0x01;
break;
case AC_SEARCH:
bits2 = 0x02;
break;
case AC_BOOKMARKS:
bits2 = 0x04;
break;
case AC_HOME:
bits2 = 0x08;
break;
case AC_BACK:
bits2 = 0x10;
break;
case AC_FORWARD:
bits2 = 0x20;
break;
case AC_STOP:
bits2 = 0x40;
break;
case AC_REFRESH:
bits2 = 0x80;
break;
case AL_CC_CONFIG:
bits3 = 0x01;
break;
case AL_CALCULATOR:
bits3 = 0x04;
break;
case AL_LOCK:
bits3 = 0x08;
break;
case AL_LOCAL_BROWSER:
bits3 = 0x10;
break;
case AC_MINIMIZE:
bits3 = 0x20;
break;
case TRANSPORT_RECORD:
bits3 = 0x40;
break;
case TRANSPORT_REWIND:
bits3 = 0x80;
break;
}
MUX_HEADER(0x01, 0x07);
xmit(0x9f);
xmit(0x05); // Length
xmit(0xa1); // DATA(Input)
xmit(0x03); // Report ID
xmit(bits1);
xmit(bits2);
xmit(bits3);
MUX_FOOTER(0x01);
#endif
}

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/*
Copyright 2011 Jun Wako <wakojun@gmail.com>
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
#ifndef IWRAP_H
#define IWRAP_H
#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdbool.h>
#include "host_driver.h"
/* enable iWRAP MUX mode */
#define MUX_MODE
host_driver_t *iwrap_driver(void);
void iwrap_init(void);
void iwrap_send(const char *s);
void iwrap_mux_send(const char *s);
void iwrap_buf_send(void);
void iwrap_buf_add(uint8_t c);
void iwrap_buf_del(void);
void iwrap_call(void);
void iwrap_kill(void);
void iwrap_unpair(void);
void iwrap_sleep(void);
void iwrap_sniff(void);
void iwrap_subrate(void);
bool iwrap_failed(void);
uint8_t iwrap_connected(void);
uint8_t iwrap_check_connection(void);
#endif

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/*
Copyright 2011 Jun Wako <wakojun@gmail.com>
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
#include <stdint.h>
#include <avr/interrupt.h>
#include <avr/io.h>
//#include <avr/wdt.h>
#include "wd.h" // in order to use watchdog in interrupt mode
#include <avr/sleep.h>
#include <util/delay.h>
#include <avr/power.h>
#include "keyboard.h"
#include "matrix.h"
#include "host.h"
#include "action.h"
#include "iwrap.h"
#ifdef PROTOCOL_VUSB
# include "vusb.h"
# include <usbdrv/usbdrv.h>
#endif
#include "uart.h"
#include "suart.h"
#include "timer.h"
#include "debug.h"
#include "keycode.h"
#include "command.h"
static void sleep(uint8_t term);
static bool console(void);
static bool console_command(uint8_t c);
static uint8_t key2asc(uint8_t key);
/*
static void set_prr(void)
{
power_adc_disable();
power_spi_disable();
power_twi_disable();
#ifndef TIMER_H
//power_timer0_disable(); // used in timer.c
#endif
power_timer1_disable();
power_timer2_disable();
}
*/
/*
static void pullup_pins(void)
{
// DDRs are set to 0(input) by default.
#ifdef PORTA
PORTA = 0xFF;
#endif
PORTB = 0xFF;
PORTC = 0xFF;
PORTD = 0xFF;
#ifdef PORTE
PORTE = 0xFF;
#endif
#ifdef PORTE
PORTF = 0xFF;
#endif
}
*/
#ifdef PROTOCOL_VUSB
static void disable_vusb(void) {
// disable interrupt & disconnect to prevent host from enumerating
USB_INTR_ENABLE &= ~(1 << USB_INTR_ENABLE_BIT);
usbDeviceDisconnect();
}
static void enable_vusb(void) {
USB_INTR_ENABLE |= (1 << USB_INTR_ENABLE_BIT);
usbDeviceConnect();
}
static void init_vusb(void) {
uint8_t i = 0;
usbInit();
disable_vusb();
/* fake USB disconnect for > 250 ms */
while (--i) {
_delay_ms(1);
}
enable_vusb();
}
#endif
void change_driver(host_driver_t *driver) {
/*
host_clear_keyboard_report();
host_swap_keyboard_report();
host_clear_keyboard_report();
host_send_keyboard_report();
*/
clear_keyboard();
_delay_ms(1000);
host_set_driver(driver);
}
static bool sleeping = false;
static bool insomniac = false; // TODO: should be false for power saving
static uint16_t last_timer = 0;
int main(void) {
MCUSR = 0;
clock_prescale_set(clock_div_1);
WD_SET(WD_OFF);
// power saving: the result is worse than nothing... why?
// pullup_pins();
// set_prr();
#ifdef PROTOCOL_VUSB
disable_vusb();
#endif
uart_init(115200);
keyboard_init();
print("\nSend BREAK for UART Console Commands.\n");
// TODO: move to iWRAP/suart file
print("suart init\n");
// suart init
// PC4: Tx Output IDLE(Hi)
PORTC |= (1 << 4);
DDRC |= (1 << 4);
// PC5: Rx Input(pull-up)
PORTC |= (1 << 5);
DDRC &= ~(1 << 5);
// suart receive interrut(PC5/PCINT13)
PCMSK1 = 0b00100000;
PCICR = 0b00000010;
host_set_driver(iwrap_driver());
print("iwrap_init()\n");
iwrap_init();
iwrap_call();
last_timer = timer_read();
while (true) {
#ifdef PROTOCOL_VUSB
if (host_get_driver() == vusb_driver()) usbPoll();
#endif
keyboard_task();
#ifdef PROTOCOL_VUSB
if (host_get_driver() == vusb_driver()) vusb_transfer_keyboard();
#endif
// TODO: depricated
if (matrix_is_modified() || console()) {
last_timer = timer_read();
sleeping = false;
} else if (!sleeping && timer_elapsed(last_timer) > 4000) {
sleeping = true;
iwrap_check_connection();
}
// TODO: suspend.h
if (host_get_driver() == iwrap_driver()) {
if (sleeping && !insomniac) {
_delay_ms(1); // wait for UART to send
iwrap_sleep();
sleep(WDTO_60MS);
}
}
}
}
static void sleep(uint8_t term) {
WD_SET(WD_IRQ, term);
cli();
set_sleep_mode(SLEEP_MODE_PWR_DOWN);
sleep_enable();
sleep_bod_disable();
sei();
sleep_cpu();
sleep_disable();
WD_SET(WD_OFF);
}
static bool console(void) {
// Send to Bluetoot module WT12
static bool breaked = false;
if (!uart_available())
return false;
else {
uint8_t c;
c = uart_getchar();
uart_putchar(c);
switch (c) {
case 0x00: // BREAK signal
if (!breaked) {
print("break(? for help): ");
breaked = true;
}
break;
case '\r':
uart_putchar('\n');
iwrap_buf_send();
break;
case '\b':
iwrap_buf_del();
break;
default:
if (breaked) {
print("\n");
console_command(c);
breaked = false;
} else {
iwrap_buf_add(c);
}
break;
}
return true;
}
}
bool command_extra(uint8_t code) { return console_command(key2asc(code)); }
static bool console_command(uint8_t c) {
switch (c) {
case 'h':
case '?':
print("\nCommands for Bluetooth(WT12/iWRAP):\n");
print("r: reset. software reset by watchdog\n");
print("i: insomniac. prevent KB from sleeping\n");
print("c: iwrap_call. CALL for BT connection.\n");
#ifdef PROTOCOL_VUSB
print("u: USB mode. switch to USB.\n");
print("w: BT mode. switch to Bluetooth.\n");
#endif
print("k: kill first connection.\n");
print("Del: unpair first pairing.\n");
print("\n");
return 0;
case 'r':
print("reset\n");
WD_AVR_RESET();
return 1;
case 'i':
insomniac = !insomniac;
if (insomniac)
print("insomniac\n");
else
print("not insomniac\n");
return 1;
case 'c':
print("iwrap_call()\n");
iwrap_call();
return 1;
#ifdef PROTOCOL_VUSB
case 'u':
print("USB mode\n");
init_vusb();
change_driver(vusb_driver());
// iwrap_kill();
// iwrap_sleep();
// disable suart receive interrut(PC5/PCINT13)
PCMSK1 &= ~(0b00100000);
PCICR &= ~(0b00000010);
return 1;
case 'w':
print("iWRAP mode\n");
change_driver(iwrap_driver());
disable_vusb();
// enable suart receive interrut(PC5/PCINT13)
PCMSK1 |= 0b00100000;
PCICR |= 0b00000010;
return 1;
#endif
case 'k':
print("kill\n");
iwrap_kill();
return 1;
case 0x7F: // DELETE
print("unpair\n");
iwrap_unpair();
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
// convert keycode into ascii charactor
static uint8_t key2asc(uint8_t key) {
switch (key) {
case KC_A:
return 'a';
case KC_B:
return 'b';
case KC_C:
return 'c';
case KC_D:
return 'd';
case KC_E:
return 'e';
case KC_F:
return 'f';
case KC_G:
return 'g';
case KC_H:
return 'h';
case KC_I:
return 'i';
case KC_J:
return 'j';
case KC_K:
return 'k';
case KC_L:
return 'l';
case KC_M:
return 'm';
case KC_N:
return 'n';
case KC_O:
return 'o';
case KC_P:
return 'p';
case KC_Q:
return 'q';
case KC_R:
return 'r';
case KC_S:
return 's';
case KC_T:
return 't';
case KC_U:
return 'u';
case KC_V:
return 'v';
case KC_W:
return 'w';
case KC_X:
return 'x';
case KC_Y:
return 'y';
case KC_Z:
return 'z';
case KC_1:
return '1';
case KC_2:
return '2';
case KC_3:
return '3';
case KC_4:
return '4';
case KC_5:
return '5';
case KC_6:
return '6';
case KC_7:
return '7';
case KC_8:
return '8';
case KC_9:
return '9';
case KC_0:
return '0';
case KC_ENTER:
return '\n';
case KC_ESCAPE:
return 0x1B;
case KC_BSPACE:
return '\b';
case KC_TAB:
return '\t';
case KC_SPACE:
return ' ';
case KC_MINUS:
return '-';
case KC_EQUAL:
return '=';
case KC_LBRACKET:
return '[';
case KC_RBRACKET:
return ']';
case KC_BSLASH:
return '\\';
case KC_NONUS_HASH:
return '#';
case KC_SCOLON:
return ';';
case KC_QUOTE:
return '\'';
case KC_GRAVE:
return '`';
case KC_COMMA:
return ',';
case KC_DOT:
return '.';
case KC_SLASH:
return '/';
default:
return 0x00;
}
}

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#
# Rescue from Bluegiga iWRAP MUX mode
# 6.75 of iWRAP5_User_Guid.pdf
#
[0xBF, 0xFF, 0x00, 0x11, 0x53, 0x45, 0x54, 0x20, 0x43, 0x4f, 0x4e, 0x54, 0x52, 0x4f, 0x4c, 0x20, 0x4d, 0x55, 0x58, 0x20, 0x30, 0x00].each do |x|
print x.chr
end

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;---------------------------------------------------------------------------;
; Software implemented UART module ;
; (C)ChaN, 2005 (http://elm-chan.org/) ;
;---------------------------------------------------------------------------;
; Bit rate settings:
;
; 1MHz 2MHz 4MHz 6MHz 8MHz 10MHz 12MHz 16MHz 20MHz
; 2.4kbps 138 - - - - - - - -
; 4.8kbps 68 138 - - - - - - -
; 9.6kbps 33 68 138 208 - - - - -
; 19.2kbps - 33 68 102 138 173 208 - -
; 38.4kbps - - 33 50 68 85 102 138 172
; 57.6kbps - - 21 33 44 56 68 91 114
; 115.2kbps - - - - 21 27 33 44 56
.nolist
#include <avr/io.h>
.list
#define BPS 102 /* Bit delay. (see above table) */
#define BIDIR 0 /* 0:Separated Tx/Rx, 1:Shared Tx/Rx */
#define OUT_1 sbi _SFR_IO_ADDR(SUART_OUT_PORT), SUART_OUT_BIT /* Output 1 */
#define OUT_0 cbi _SFR_IO_ADDR(SUART_OUT_PORT), SUART_OUT_BIT /* Output 0 */
#define SKIP_IN_1 sbis _SFR_IO_ADDR(SUART_IN_PIN), SUART_IN_BIT /* Skip if 1 */
#define SKIP_IN_0 sbic _SFR_IO_ADDR(SUART_IN_PIN), SUART_IN_BIT /* Skip if 0 */
#ifdef SPM_PAGESIZE
.macro _LPMI reg
lpm \reg, Z+
.endm
.macro _MOVW dh,dl, sh,sl
movw \dl, \sl
.endm
#else
.macro _LPMI reg
lpm
mov \reg, r0
adiw ZL, 1
.endm
.macro _MOVW dh,dl, sh,sl
mov \dl, \sl
mov \dh, \sh
.endm
#endif
;---------------------------------------------------------------------------;
; Transmit a byte in serial format of N81
;
;Prototype: void xmit (uint8_t data);
;Size: 16 words
.global xmit
.func xmit
xmit:
#if BIDIR
ldi r23, BPS-1 ;Pre-idle time for bidirectional data line
5: dec r23 ;
brne 5b ;/
#endif
in r0, _SFR_IO_ADDR(SREG) ;Save flags
com r24 ;C = start bit
ldi r25, 10 ;Bit counter
cli ;Start critical section
1: ldi r23, BPS-1 ;----- Bit transferring loop
2: dec r23 ;Wait for a bit time
brne 2b ;/
brcs 3f ;MISO = bit to be sent
OUT_1 ;
3: brcc 4f ;
OUT_0 ;/
4: lsr r24 ;Get next bit into C
dec r25 ;All bits sent?
brne 1b ; no, coutinue
out _SFR_IO_ADDR(SREG), r0 ;End of critical section
ret
.endfunc
;---------------------------------------------------------------------------;
; Receive a byte
;
;Prototype: uint8_t rcvr (void);
;Size: 19 words
.global rcvr
.func rcvr
rcvr:
in r0, _SFR_IO_ADDR(SREG) ;Save flags
ldi r24, 0x80 ;Receiving shift reg
cli ;Start critical section
1: SKIP_IN_1 ;Wait for idle
rjmp 1b
2: SKIP_IN_0 ;Wait for start bit
rjmp 2b
ldi r25, BPS/2 ;Wait for half bit time
3: dec r25
brne 3b
4: ldi r25, BPS ;----- Bit receiving loop