Build this PWM Signal Generator Circuit

Build this PWM Signal Generator Circuit

By Aditya Agarwal    View In Digital Edition  

This PWM signal generator circuit is constructed solely using digital logic circuits. My aim is to help you understand a technique to produce PWM signals using fundamental digital circuits such as timers, latches, logic gates, and transistors, without any ready-to-use ICs (such as a 555 timer). The circuit can be used practically to increase the number of PWM outputs of a microcontroller or in an FPGA design to generate PWM signals.


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