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Using a PRS Generator as a PWM - KBA83077
How do I use a Pseudo Random Sequence (PRS) generator as a Pulse Width Modulator (PWM) in PSoC® Designer?
Answer : The PRS generator uses a Linear Feedback Shift Register (LFSR) to generate a pseudo-random bit stream. You can configure the PRS to output the LSB of the bit stream in order to implement a PRS PWM. Using a PRS PWM spreads the signal energy over the complete spectrum and significantly lowers EMI.
The PRS Pulse Width Modulator example project demonstrates how to implement a PRS PWM. It also compares the frequency spectrum of a PRS PWM with a conventional PWM.
PRS Pulse Width Modulator Project Documentation
PRS Pulse Width Modulator PSoC Project Files
|File Title||Language||File Size||Last Updated|
|Download Using Pseudo Random Sequence (PRS) generator as PRS Pulse width modulator(PWM).zip||English||239.76 KB||03/19/13|
|Download Example_PRS_PWM.pdf||English||192.04 KB||03/19/13|