Frustrated by the fact there there is only one easily accessible PWM output on your Raspberry Pi? Then this article is for you, because now you can use ANY GPIO pin as a PWM output thanks to the latest addition to wiringPi…
The latest addition is a software driven PWM generator that runs as a thread in the background of your program managing the outputs of the pins in a PWM manner. It can be used to control any number of pins on your Pi – from 1 to all 17 if desired.
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