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  1. external interrupt

    Thank you for the response. I want to send the status of a state machine I have in the FPGA at a user definable rate via the ZPUino usb port to a computer. Basically I would like to plot bearings from a radio direction finder (heart of the state machine) to Google Earth. The FPGA drives multiple antennas and a display. The reason I am using the ZPUino is to have the ability to change baud rates, scan rates, etc via an Arduino sketch and windows app. Jim
  2. external interrupt

    I am trying to use an external interrupt on the ZPUino to report status of an 8-bit counter via the USB port. I have the code working on a Arduino Mega. I want to port the code over to a Papilio One 250 and utilize the FPGA to handle some external output signals. Basically I am looking for the equivalent to the following Arduino code: attachInterrupt(0, capture_bearing, RISING); Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  3. Jack,

    I  am trying to use an external interrupt on the ZPUino to report status of an 8-bit counter via the USB port.  I have the code working on a Mega Arduino.  I want to port the code over to a Papilio One 250 and utilize the FPGA to handle some external output signals.

    Basically I am looking for the equivalent to the following Arduino code:

    attachInterrupt(0, capture_bearing, RISING);

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    1. Jack Gassett

      Jack Gassett

      Hello,

      Your best bet is to ask this question under the ZPUino forum section. Alvie is going to have the best answer for this one.

      Jack

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  4. Jack, Has there been any update on this question? - I too am trying to use an external interrupt ZPUino to report status of an 8-bit counter via the USB port. I have the code working on a Mega Arduino. I want to port the code over to a Papilio One 250 and utilize the FPGA to handle some external output signals. Basically I am looking for the equivalent to the following Arduino code: attachInterrupt(0, capture_bearing, RISING); Any help would be greatly appreciated.