Is this related to the dialog you also have created here: BCM20737S Timer Module
If I recall correctly, you also had a question related to the need to to change the PWM parameters every ~30uS and our developers indicated that any timers set to below ~3.5mS are not guaranteed to work and that using the timer in this manner will likely trip the watch dog. It seems that what you ultimately want to accomplish is not possible.
I understand that your developers indicated that setting the timers below 3.5 mS is not a good idea but since the code inside the interrupt is extremely small and just changes the PWM , I thought I would give that a try.
You already have the library for it in place so I decided to give that a go and see if it works well with my application.
All I need is your help with an example code to set the hardware interrupt timer and execute some code when the timer expires.
I tested the above piece of code but that didn't work as expected.I would appreciate if there was a working example of the hardware timer as you have for other libraries.