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ADC and PWM basics on the ATtiny13

ADC and PWM basics on the ATtiny13

There’s code available for this article.

I want to use an ATtiny13 to control the brightness of an LED light source (as a controller for this) and therefore need to control both the ADC input and the PWM output. This example is very simple, but will hopefully serve as a jumping off point for people new to the ADC and PWM systems in AVR microcontrollers.

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