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Figure  6-1.  Control-Monitor  Functional  Block  Diagram
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MICROCONTROLLER (7A2). Continued


TM 11-5820-890-30-5 6-1. INTRODUCTION.  Continued All  clocking  signals  are  square  waves  with  logic  0  and  logic  1  levels.  FSK  frequencies  are: logic 1   = 2560 Hz. logic  0  = 3200 Hz. A  description  of  each  of  the  modules  follows. 6-2. CONTROL-MONITOR CHASSIS (7A1). The  control-monitor  chassis  includes  the  front  panel,  case,  and  backplane  assembly  (parent  board).  The  front panel  has  the  operator  controls  and  displays.  The  case  has  the  connectors  used  to  interconnect  the control-monitor  to  the  other  units  in  the  system.  The  parent  board  provides  the  module  interconnections.  See figure FO-17. Most of the test points used for troubleshooting are located on the parent board. See figure FO-18. The  display  board  requires  two  inputs  from  the  microcontroller.  DISPLAY  DATA  is  a  serial  data  stream  that controls  the  display.  DISPLAY  CLK  is  a  320-kHz  clock  signal  that  provides  timing  for  the  data.  The  front  panel switches  are  read  by  the  decoder/timer. 6-3. MICROCONTROLLER  (7A2). The  microcontroller  contains  a  microprocessor,  memory,  and  interface  circuits.  It  controls  the  operation  of  the control-monitor    by: Generating  control  signals  that  operate  I/O  latches. Monitoring  and  translating  received  data. Generating  data  for  transmission. Monitoring  the  front  panel  switches. Writing  to  front  panel  displays. Figure  6-2  is  a  block  diagram  of  the  microcontroller. Figure  6-2.  Microcontroller  Functional  Block  Diagram. 6-3


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