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  1. output delta freq in small steps on high freq range output. T4

    Dear readers,

    teensy 4, I need to generate a sweep output on a pin, will be the clock for an other device (3.3V).

    I have been reading trough the manual, but can find so far only prescalers. ...
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    Again Thanks a lot :-)

    Again Thanks a lot :-)
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    Thank you all for the answers it helps me a lot....

    Thank you all for the answers it helps me a lot.
    If I may, I try to find in the T4 environment the isr routines for the PIT. In 3.6 I had this running but do not get it how to do it in 4.

    Thanks...
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    Thank you very much Manitu, i'm digging in....

    Thank you very much Manitu, i'm digging in. Learning a lot on the way.
    Many thanks.

    hanz
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    Hello Paul, I got the 150Mhz output, but got one...

    Hello Paul,
    I got the 150Mhz output, but got one more question.
    I'm using the Pit lifetime timer for counting, in the document I see snibbets for setting the pit. I see in one example PIT at 50mhz...
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    Many many Thanks Paul i'm going to dig in what...

    Many many Thanks Paul i'm going to dig in what you have written.


    best regards hanz
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    Hello defragster, Sorry I mean how to do it in...

    Hello defragster,
    Sorry I mean how to do it in T4:
    GPIOC_PTOR=0x10;


    hanz
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    port and toggle question T4

    Dear readers,

    Just started with Teensy 4.
    Trying to find out how I can toggle a pin like in 3.6 with
    PORTC_PCR4


    and how the mapping : PORT to pin?
    Like in T3.6
    PORTC_PCR4
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    Thank you very much Manitou, and tahnk you for...

    Thank you very much Manitou, and tahnk you for the code.

    regards hanz
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    Thank you vy much, i'm going to deep in right a...

    Thank you vy much, i'm going to deep in right a way.

    hanz
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    fast delay question 3.6

    dear reader,

    Using a Teensy 3.6.
    For a a project I need to have a very short delay shorter then 1Ás should be near 0.05ÁS (followed by a interrupt).
    Is it possible?

    I checked out :
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