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Sorry, but a PRoC has no (zero) UDBs. What component (link?) are you referring to when you mention a 4x PWM?
Thank you for your reply. I am referring to this document:
The top level architecture on page 20 mentions 4x PWM. There is also a section explaining the PWM block, section 18.
There are multiple mentions of UDBs in the technical reference manual that I mentioned on my first post. On page 91 there is a table with available peripherals and the UDB is mentioned on that table. Searching the document for universial digital block will find 7 mentions of the UDB.
What I am most concerned about is the PWM blocks. I want to generate pwm with those blocks and output the signals in GPIO pins, but I cannot find how to route the signals from the blocks to the GPIO.
When you use an UDB based PWM block, it has its output as a pin on the component. This signal must be connected to a Pin component, which is then assigned to a physical (GPIO) pin.
SInce the PRoC BLE has no UDBs, you need to use the dedicated PWM blocks (which are separate from the TCPWM). But for them its rhe same - connect the outputs to Pin components.
Thank you very much. It's working.