Raspberry Pi And The IoT In C - - Pulse Width Modulation, Servos And More
One way around the problem of getting a fast response from a microcontroller is to move the problem away from the processor. In the case of the Pi's processor there are some builtin devices that can use GPIO lines to implement protocols without the CPU being involved. In this chapter we take a close look at pulse width modulation PWM including, sound, driving LEDs and servos.
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TJBot is is essentially an enclosure for a Raspberry Pi. The open source project on GitHub has downloadable files for a 3D printed version or for a laser cut template with a third option, not yet available, of ordering one.Click For more
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