1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 17, 2019 5:49 AM by AnjanaM_61

    the difference of two sets of timer API

    mawu_4270096

      Hi:

        I find there are two sets of  timer API supported by the SDK,but I don't know which  one is more accurate for timing

       

      one  set timer API is located at the wiced_timer.h:

       

       

      wiced_result_t wiced_init_timer( wiced_timer_t* p_timer, wiced_timer_callback_t TimerCb,

                                       TIMER_PARAM_TYPE cBackparam, wiced_timer_type_t type);

       

      wiced_result_t wiced_start_timer(wiced_timer_t* p_timer, uint32_t timeout);

      /** Stops the timer
      *
      * @param[in]    wiced_timer_t           :Pointer to the timer structure
      *
      * @return       wiced_result_t
      */

      wiced_result_t wiced_stop_timer(wiced_timer_t* p_timer);

      /**  Checks if the timer is in use
      *
      * @param[in]    p_timer             :Pointer to the timer structure
      *
      * @return   TRUE if the timer is in use and FALSE if the timer is not in use
      */
      wiced_bool_t wiced_is_timer_in_use(wiced_timer_t* p_timer);

      /** Deinitialize the timer instance and stops the timer if it is running
      *
      * * @param[in]    p_timer           :Pointer to the timer
      *
      * @return   wiced_result_t
      */
      wiced_result_t wiced_deinit_timer(wiced_timer_t* p_timer);

       

       

      another is located at clock_timer.h:

       

      extern void osapi_createPeriodicTimer(OSAPI_TIMER *timer,
                        void (*timerCallback)(INT32 arg, UINT32 overTimeInUs),
                        INT32  arg,
                        UINT32  interval);

      //! Create a timer.
                 void osapi_createTimer(OSAPI_TIMER *timer, void (*timerCallback)(INT32 arg, UINT32 overTimeInUs), INT32 arg);

      //! Activates an OSAPI timer.
      //! If this timer can be a wakeup source, we should call
      //! osapi_setTimerWakeupSource after osapi_createTimer and before
      //! osapi_activateTimer. Interval here is in micro seconds.
                    extern void osapi_activateTimer(OSAPI_TIMER* timer, UINT32 interval);

      //! Reports if timer is running/pending or not.
      #define osapi_is_timer_running(timer) ((timer)->flags&OSAPI_TIMER_ACTIVE)

      //! Marks the timer as being a wake up source.
      //! This may be called before the call to osapi_activateTimer() to mark
      //! the timer as a wake up source.
              extern void osapi_setTimerWakeupSource( OSAPI_TIMER* timer, UINT32 can_be_wakeup_source);

      //! Remove the timer from timer list.
      //! It will return 0 if successful
      //! It will return 1 if timeout callback already called.
      //! It will return 2 otherwise.
               extern UINT32 osapi_deactivateTimer(OSAPI_TIMER* timer);

      //! Query timer for remain time until timeout.
      //! This function will query current timer, return microseconds from now until it timeout
                 extern UINT32 osapi_getTimerRemain(OSAPI_TIMER* timer);

      //! See if certain timer is still linked to notifyTimerlist.
      //! This will return TRUE, if timer is linked to the list.
             extern BOOL32 osapi_timerLinkedToNotifyTimeList(OSAPI_TIMER *timer);

       

       

      who can tell me the function difference beteen the two sets of API ? whice one is more  accurate for timing application?

       

      Looking forward to your reply!

       

      thanks