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CrossRoads

@underGround, you are still after a short on-pulse followed by variable-length off time, yes?
Were you able to get anywhere with things like sbi, cbi, sei ?

@T-Lex,
once you get much past 24 blinks/second, (TV refresh speed) I think the eye just perceives the LED as on, with differing brightness levels dependent on the on-time vs the off-time.
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undeRGRound


To be fair, a 16 MHz toggle was not requested.
At least, that's how I read it.


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Correct, AWOL!
I want a 62.5 to 125 nanosecond (or more) Pulse
followed by an adjustable off cycle. The whole
instruction set could last upwards of a millisecond (.001)
or more. I just need that ultra short ON Cycle. And it is
NOT for an LED.  :P lol
working on my honorary doctorate LOL

undeRGRound


@underGround, you are still after a short on-pulse followed by variable-length off time, yes?
Were you able to get anywhere with things like sbi, cbi, sei ?


fat16lib didn't have anything for me, prolly too busy to
educate me just so we could talk on his level. Your PM
listed sli & cli didn't it?
working on my honorary doctorate LOL

undeRGRound

Should I lock this topic and post again?
Is there anyone out there who would write such a code string
for a fee? I'm willing to go that route but the code needs to be
User-Adjustable by a noob  :smiley-eek: (ME) lol
working on my honorary doctorate LOL

AWOL

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Is there anyone out there who would write such a code string for a fee? I

If you had no intention of trying yourself, maybe you should've put it in Gigs and Collaborations to begin with
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