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PIC Microcontoller IO Routines

For Pulse Width Modulation

How much PWM resolution can be achived given a prescaler setting and clock speed.

Multiple Pulse Width Modulation from Scott Dattalo

Dan Michaels PIC/Scenix RAM Table based PWM

Vee (negative supply) from PIC PWM by David Covick

Analog Output with jumper settings for voltage and current ranges

Setting up a 16F87x for PWM output

Compinsating for ISR time loss in a time sensitve main code loop

HV PWM Proto

Pulse Width: 3 instruction resolution and 19 bit range


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