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Pulse width modulation (PWM) is a technique in which a series of digital pulses is used to control an analog circuit.
The length and frequency of these pulses determines the total power delivered to the circuit.
The ratio of the pulse width to the period is referred to as the duty cycle of the signal.
For example, if a PWM signal has a 10 ms period and its pulses are 2 ms long, that signal is said to have a 20 percent duty cycle.
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PWM signals are most commonly used to control DC motors, but have many other applications ranging from controlling valves or pumps to adjusting the brightness of an LED.
The digital pulse train that makes up a PWM signal has a fixed frequency and varies the pulse width to alter the average power of the signal.
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