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(E) On Speaker The beep sound is produced by the frequency of the electric signals. The following shows a way to generate a tone of certain frequency using C program statements. #include <p18f4520.h> #include <delays.h> void main () { char i = 0; //declarations ADCON1 = 0x0f; TRISE = 11100000; PORTE = 0; for (i=0;i<500;i++) { PORTEbits.RE2 = ~PORTEbits.RE2 // toggled wave Delay10TCYx(10); //????? PORTEbits.RE2 = 0; Delay10TCYx(1); } for (i=0;i<250;i++) { PORTEbits.RE2 = 1; Delay10TCYx(1); PORTEbits.RE2 = 0; Delay10TCYx(4); } Here is a way to generate a tone of certain frequency continuously for a certain duration using C program statements. //------------------- speaker_freq_dur.c…show more content…
There are two parts; duty cycle and frequency. The duty cycle shows the percentage of the amount of time the signal is in a high (on) state over the total time it takes to complete one cycle. The frequency describes how fast the PWM completes a cycle. The following is a way to run the motor using C program statements #include #define L293D_A P2_0 //Positive of motor #define L293D_B P2_1 //Negative of motor #define L293D_E P2_2 //Enable of L293D // Function Prototypes void rotate_f(void); //Forward run funtion void rotate_b(void); //Backward run function void breaks(void); //Motor stop function void delay(void); //Some delay void main(){ //Our main function while(1){ //Infinite loop rotate_f(); //Run forward delay(); //Some delay breaks(); //Stop delay (); //Some delay rotate_b(); //Run Backwards delay(); //Some delay breaks(); //Stop delay(); //Some delay } //Do this infinitely } void rotate_f(){ L293D_A = 1; //Make positive of motor 1 L293D_B = 0; //Make negative of motor 0 L293D_E = 1; //Enable L293D } void rotate_b(){ L293D_A = 0; //Make positive of motor 0 L293D_B = 1; //Make negative of motor 1 L293D_E = 1; //Enable L293D } void breaks(){ L293D_A

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