Generating a 120KHz pulse
James Paul email (remove spam text)
Actually, you'd have to use 4.1 uS and 4.2 Us because the period is
8.333uS. Your statement would put the period at 16.6 uS which would
be about 60Khz. But if he can handle a slightly non symetrical wave
form, this would be a good idea. The duty cycle works out to ~49%
with 8.1uS as the high time and 50.6% with 8.2uS as the high time.
Either way, it's very close.
On Mon, 29 January 2001, Mike Harrison wrote:
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