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Revision as of 13:00, 23 June 2010

Project: Pulse Width Modulation

Student: Varun Jewalikar

Mentors: Søren Steen Christensen, Cristina Murillo

Repository: http://github.com/neo01124/omap3-pwm

Blog: http://beagleboard-pwm.blogspot.com/

Latest blog entries: Extension:RSS -- Error: "http://beagleboard-pwm.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default%7Ccharset=UTF-8%7Cmax=3" is not in the whitelist of allowed feeds. http://linuxgizmos.com/feed is the only allowed feed.

Abstract

The main aim of this project will be to provide a high level interface for the Pulse Width Modulation output pins of the OMAP3 found on the BeagleBoard. Another aim will be to push this driver upstream(the Linux-OMAP tree). Two applications will be developed to demonstrate the use of this driver:

  • Motor control using PWM signals generated by the BeagleBoard using the PWM driver.
  • Writing a glue layer for ALSA to communicate with the PWM driver and output sound from the PWM output pins.

Build and Run instructions

  • Clone my git tree for the driver from [1].
  • Follow the README document [2].

Links