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'[PIC] Very basic question about PWM'
Quick question. If I have the PWM working and outputting a
signal on pin, let's say, RB3 (PIC16F88), Can I read the status of the pin
at portb<3> ? I mean, is the pwm reflected on the PORT register?
>From: Mauricio [mit.edu] piclist-bounces
>Sent: 09 August 2005 22:40
>To: 'Microcontroller discussion list - Public.'
>Subject: [PIC] Very basic question about PWM
> Quick question. If I have the PWM working and
>outputting a signal on pin, let's say, RB3 (PIC16F88), Can I
>read the status of the pin at portb<3> ? I mean, is the pwm
>reflected on the PORT register?
I've not tried it, but the block diagram in the datasheet shows that this should work.
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Mauricio Jancic wrote :
> ...is the pwm reflected on the PORT
At first guess, yes.
But it's also realy simple to test, of
>> I've not tried it, but the block diagram in the datasheet shows that this
>> should work.
Yes... I know, but take a look at my other message tagged PIC16F88 ports...
the datasheet is not that accurate...
>> But it's also really simple to test, of
Yes but I'm working late at home and don't have the hard with me. I want to
finish some PCB and needed to know that...
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