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The following measurement sequence is the fastest way to accomplish this using Comparator_A inputs. After n input checks, a majority test, or its equivalent, can be performed to reach a conclusion. Figure 5 shows the hardware used for this example. The software samples the voltage generated by the current IMEAS over resistor Rm—a voltage drop higher than 0.25×VCC sets CAOUT, a lower voltage drop resets CAOUT. After n samples, the number of sampled 1s is checked. Any other input combination can also be used. Any of the indirect instructions which read byte CACTL2 used only two CPU cycles. The contents of control register CACTL2 does not change during the n samples, so the number of 1s can be easily found by subtraction of n × (initialized register contents).
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