Definitions for "PWM "
Keywords:  pulse, width, pdm, module, motor
Pulse Code Modulation is the ability to modulate the pulse width in a square/pulse wave. (NB: A pulse wave is a square wave with 50% pulse width)
Pulse width modulation. An acronym which describes a switch-mode control technique used in amplifiers and drivers to control motor voltage and current. This control technique is used in contrast to linear control and offers the advantages of greatly improved efficiency.
Pulse Width Modulation. Allows for control of power to a motor by varying the length of full power pulses sent to it. PWM is the "magic" that lets us operate an analog loco on a DCC layout.
PWM is a rather lightweight window manager that can have multiple client windows attached to a single frame. This feature helps keeping windows, especially the numerous xterms, organized.
Photon Window Manager. An application that manages the appearance of window frames and other objects on the screen. For example, the window manager adds the resize bars, title bar, and various buttons to an application's window. The window manager also provides a method of focusing keyboard events.
See Photon Window Manager.
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ulse idth odulation, a technique used in modern converters to efficiently change DC ( Direct Current) to AC ( Alternating Current). Before being used, the resulting output must be filtered to remove the unwanted high frequency elements from the signal.
An audio transmission format used by the Russians to transmit the TVs signals within the video's horizontal blanking interval.