Sure it's feasible! First define your requirements, such as min/max on/off times, and how you want to select those times. Also define the output specs such as voltage range and current. Decide if you want to use the I/O for your hardware, or if you want the hardware to be memory-mapped.Can anyone suggest me a project which i can make using 8085??? i am planning to make a clock of variable duty cycle. if it feasible? can anyone tell me to go about? thanks.
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