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odroid-c1:application_note:gpio:pwm [2016/05/03 15:47]
ck.kim [Usage]
odroid-c1:application_note:gpio:pwm [2017/08/14 16:44] (current)
213.26.152.144 ↷ Links adapted because of a move operation
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 **ODROID-C1** Has two possible PWM ports. One port is shared with SPI. **ODROID-C1** Has two possible PWM ports. One port is shared with SPI.
  
-Starting from [[C1_Ubuntu_release_note_v1.1|Ubuntu Release (v1.1)]] or a kernel update performed on 2015-01-01 or later includes the PWM support.+Starting from [[..:​..:​os_images:​ubuntu:​v1.1|Ubuntu Release (v1.1)]] or a kernel update performed on 2015-01-01 or later includes the PWM support.
  
  
 ===== Usage ===== ===== Usage =====
-For pin position, numbers and names, please refer to the pinmap [[http://odroid.com/​dokuwiki/​doku.php?​id=en:c1_hardware#​expansion_connectors|Expansion Connector]]+For pin position, numbers and names, please refer to the pinmap [[odroid-c1:​hardware:hardware#​expansion_connectors|Expansion Connector]]
 === Option 1: Single PWM and SPI === === Option 1: Single PWM and SPI ===
 The code below loads the PWM module with a single PWM and the PWM controller module. The code below loads the PWM module with a single PWM and the PWM controller module.
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-<​WRAP ​left round important 100%>+<WRAP round important 100%>
 If you are using TWO pwm setup, You have: If you are using TWO pwm setup, You have:
 enable0, freq0, duty0 __AND__ enable0, freq0, duty0 __AND__
 enable1, freq1, duty1 enable1, freq1, duty1
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​