Generating PWM Signals using Linux & the Omega2

Onion has released an Application Note that serves as the definitive guide on generating Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) signals on the Omega2 family of devices.

The App Note covers both software and hardware PWM signal generation methods and discusses some of the trade-offs. It also provides a guide and an example on programmatic control of hardware-based PWM.

 

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